Club classics night in St Albans raises thousands for charities

The folks at the Saint Bar celeberated like it was 1999

The folks at the Saint Bar celeberated like it was 1999

Cambs city council

A disco and club classics evening at a bar in St Albans has raised more than £1,300 for the charities, Help for Heroes and Motor Neurone Disease.

Star names such as DJ Nicky Holloway and Miss Jo Lively offered their services for a night of ‘old-school’ anthems at the Saint Bar in St Albans and kept the 120 people dancing all night long.

Manager Chris Good, whose father had died from motor neurone disease, said: “I’d like to thank everyone involved in putting the event on and everyone who came. The night industry gets a lot of criticism so I hope this shows a more positive side as well.”

Many people were happy to pay the £10 ticket price, with some opting to pay double and contribute to the charities - according to Chris, one lady paid four-times the asking price.


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