Panto plan for charity funds


cast of a village panto are putting on a special premier night performance

in a bid to raise money for a project to bring a heart screening unit for

young people into the region.


Presents are staging Snow White

this year, but a special premier is being put on to raise funds for

charity CRY (Cardiac Risk in the Young), which wants to raise £6,666 for

the North Wales screening fund.


producer Maureen Rutherford, whose own son Jonathan died of sudden death

syndrome in January at the age of 31, said the premier night would be

something of a cabaret.


audience would be seated around tables and local companies, groups and

individuals were being invited to sponsor tables.


who with husband Geoff runs the Miner