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Aston couple’s celebration in Gwernymynydd raises £1,800 for Hope House Children’s Hospices

A JOINT 60th Birthday and 10th wedding anniversary helped boost funds for Hope House Children’s Hospice.

Sue and Dave Norris-Clamp, of Aston, celebrated the occasion with 130 guests at the Plas Hafod Hotel, Gwernymynydd.

Guests were treated to a dinner and dance, with live entertainment by 60s music recording star Dave Berry, accompanied by his band the Cruisers.

He donated a signed poster, photograph and copy of a CD to be used as a raffle prize at a later date.

The couple requested donations to Hope House Children’s Hospice instead of presents.

And their plea proved worthwhile, raising £1,800.

Sue and Dave retired from teaching blind children at St Vincent’s School for the Blind, Liverpool, in 2000, and set up VISPA (Visual Impairment and Special Needs Advice) based in Hawarden.

Dave has been principal oboe with the Liverpool Mozart Orchestra for many years.

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