Club to host magic night to raise money for Stacey Mowle charity

PUBLISHED: 09:46 12 August 2016 | UPDATED: 12:45 12 August 2016

Del Lane with Laura Lovette

Del Lane with Laura Lovette


The event will help to support children with neuroblastoma

A Northfleet club is to host a night of magic, ventriloquism and mind-reading to raise money for a local cancer charity.

Northfleet Traders Club on Dover Road will stage the event, Magic4Smiles, in aid of Stacey’s Smiles, which was set up by the family of Stacey Mowle to help people with neuroblastoma, a rare form of cancer.

The Gravesend youngster lost her battle with the disease in 2015, but her legacy is a charity that is helping other children with neuroblastoma.

Laura Lovette, who owns Ye Olde Coach and Horses Inn in Northfleet, arranged the event, which is being held at the Traders’ Club to accommodate more people.

She told the Reporter: “It’s a magic family show with eight magicians and a sit-down buffet.

“The tickets are £10 each, £4 of which will go directly to the charity, and the rest pays towards the event and buffet.

“It is an amazing event and will raise money for the charity.

“I used to have a nightclub so I did events for Stacey Mowle, and I know Warren [Stacey’s dad] from doing big charity events before.

“I took this pub on eight months ago and we have become a partner of the charity.

“It’s going to be a great night.”

Magic4Smiles will take place at 7pm on August 27 and is a ticket-only event. Tickets are available from Ye Olde Coach and Horses Inn and the Traders Club.

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