Charity has Hull dinner
LIMITED tickets are remaining for a charity dinner next month in aid of the Joining Jack charity.
Set up by former Wigan Warriors player Andy Johnson and his wife in aid of their son Jack, the charity raises funds for research into Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD), a muscle wasting disease that has no cure.
The charity has been unofficially adopted by the rugby league community and was given wider awareness thanks to the efforts of Olympic gold medalist and Tour de France winner Bradley Wiggins, who is one of the charity's patrons.
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On Saturday, March 9, a dinner will be held at Hull University to raise money for the appeal.
Featuring a casino night, three-course meal, disco, raffle, singer, auction and a party photo booth, tickets for the event are £25, with all the proceeds going to the Joining Jack charity.
Among the items donated for the raffle and auction are signed rugby shirts and family tickets for Hull FC and Hull KR games.
Organisers would like to hear from anyone that would be willing to donate a prize for the raffle or for auction.
For details or tickets, ring 07739 018740.