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Ghost film shown for cancer charity




Charity screening: Jane Walton of Cineworld Haverhill, Professor Duncan Jodrell - director of the Cambridge Pancreatic Cancer Centre,organiser Clair Giles and Margaret Burridge. ANL-141216-163905001
Charity screening: Jane Walton of Cineworld Haverhill, Professor Duncan Jodrell - director of the Cambridge Pancreatic Cancer Centre,organiser Clair Giles and Margaret Burridge. ANL-141216-163905001

A charity screening of the film Ghost and help from Haverhill Cineworld staff has raised £970.16 for the Cambridge Pancreatic Cancer Centre.

Clair Giles of Haverhill, whose husband Steven died from the disease, like the film’s star Patrick Swayze, asked Haverhill Cineworld to screen the movie.

The cinema staff, who showed Swayze’s Dirty Dancing for the same cause last year, gave huge support again arou nd the screening.

Tickets were sold for £5 and more funds were raised through two raffles for a hamper and a Cineworld pass, a tombola and a sponsored half marathon walk by staff member Martin Cox.

Clair said: “I just can’t thank Cineworld enough for getting involved in another screening.

“It means a lot to me.”

The special digitally mastered screening was held on November 30.



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