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Truro Cathedral Silent Disco

Friday 3rd March saw an incredible 1250 party goers shimmy, shake, rattle and roll throughout Truro Cathedral to a Silent Disco all in aid of Royal Cornwall Hospital’s Trust Charity.

picture depicting the dj booth at a silent disco at Truro Cathedral The St Piran’s celebration party saw the revellers entertained by Silent Disco Newquay and DeluxX with live music that rocked the Cathedral from Ferris Wheel Junkies with the whole Cathedral lit up stupendously by Mass Affect Lighting.Traditional singing was from renowned Cornish group Hit ‘n’ Miss and they even had a very special guest appearance from Miss Betty Stogs!

RCHT Charity Community Fundraiser Lynne Lees said ‘it was a spectacular night! We’ve had wonderful support and generosity from everyone involved and we’re just so grateful for the difference that this will make across our hospitals’.

picture depicting police force engaging in fun at a silent disco

Lynne continued ‘we’re extremely fortunately that the Cathedral family welcomed us with open arms yet again and this major fundraiser wouldn’t be possible without their kindness and warmth’.

The Silent Disco even had a quick visit from Devon and Cornwall Police Truro Neighbourhood Team as part of their evening patrols before the party started and it looks like they could have stayed for longer!


Added on 10 March 2023, in Charity - Charity Fundraiser / RCHT Charity

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