Reporter Jonathan White, Crewe
The Andrews Panto & Plays Society (TAPPS) recently performed the pantomime 'Jack and the Beanstalk' at St Andrew's Church Hall, Bedford Street, Crewe.
Part of the profits from the panto - £150 - have been given to cancer research and awareness charity 'Cancer Research UK'.
The cheque was gratefully received by John Pass, Chairman, Crewe and Nantwich Support Group for Cancer Research UK http://www.cancerresearchuk.org/content/crewe-nantwich-local-committee
John Pass said, "This is a very timely donation as this year is a leap year and the Crewe and Nantwich Support Group have a programme of events especially for this year called 'Leap into Action’ for Cancer Research UK. This is a very welcome boost to our activities."
Fred Allman, TAPPS director/organiser, said, "We are a non-profit society so after any of our productions we divide profits between St Andrew's Church and local or national charities. This time our chosen charity is Cancer Research UK and we are pleased to donate to this deserving cause".
TAPPS was formed in November 2014. Along with stage productions TAPPS also have a social side which includes theatre visits, country walks and dining out. If you are interested in joining TAPPS please contact Fred Allman on telephone number: 07968829999.