NIGHTINGALE House Hospice has confirmed the dancers who will be taking part in their Strictly Come Dancing fundraising event next month in Liverpool.

Introducing their very own ‘Strictly stars’, the line-up consists of representatives from local businesses across the region who have no previous dance experience.

They will compete for the Nightingale Trophy with their professional partners at the Titanic Hotel in Liverpool on Saturday, November 26.

The full line up:

  • Emyr Williams – Liberty Properties
  • Victoria Jones – Tyn Dwr Hall
  • Sho Abdul – DTCC
  • Nic Wagstaff – Inspire Rewire
  • Father Lee Taylor – Llangollen Parish
  • Norah Pye – Vale of Llangollen Golf Club
  • Farrell Guy – Charles Owen

The professional dancers who will be helping the aspiring performers by teaching the routine are: Alex Whyatt, Amy Whyatt, Julie Thomas, Mario Zwolinski, and Hope Evans.

The Leader:

There will also be a group dance from other non-competing members of Charles Owen who will be raising funds for the hospice.

It costs £4,041,617 each year to run Nightingale House Hospice which is equivalent to £11,073 per day.

All proceeds will go back into the hospice to help support the work they do for families across the region.

Tickets are now on sale for the event priced at £60 which includes access to the full show, drinks upon arrival and a two-course meal.

To buy tickets or for more information about the ‘Strictly Nightingale’ event please call the fundraising team on 01978 314292.