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TapDancing MP in Cancer Charity Event

Thursday, January 23, 2003

Sponsored by Carlton Television

Meg Munn MP from Sheffield Heeley has spent the Christmas break practicising her ‘party piece’ in preparation for her slot at the Macmillan Cancer Relief Parliamentary Palace of Varieties, sponsored by Carlton Television. The show takes place on Thursday 30 January 2003 at St John’s Smith Square, London.

Meg will bravely be tap dancing, with a small group of other female MPs who call themselves the Division Belles, in front of an audience including her colleagues in Parliament and the media.  The 5th annual Parliamentary Variety Show is sponsored for the fourth consecutive year by Carlton Television. It is a highlight of the social calendar - giving MPs and Peers the opportunity to tread the boards whilst raising funds for Macmillan’s vital cancer care services.

Says Eira Jessel, organiser of the event, ‘Parliamentarians never cease to amaze me! Familiar political faces are transformed into musicians, magicians, singers, dancers, actors and raconteurs for one night. With their immense show of talent and support, we hope to raise £70,000 to help Macmillan support people living with cancer.”


About Macmillan Cancer Relief
In the UK four in ten people will be diagnosed with cancer during their lifetime and over a million people are currently living with cancer.  Macmillan Cancer Relief is a UK charity which helps to provide the expert care and practical and emotional support that make a real difference for people living with cancer.  In order to achieve this we raise funds for specialist Macmillan nurses and doctors who deliver the best in cancer care; we also build vitally needed treatment centres, give financial help to those who need it most, and provide a range of cancer information both locally and nationally.  

For cancer information and support, contact the Macmillan CancerLine (Monday - Friday, 9.00am - 6.00pm) by freephone: 0808 808 2020, textphone: 0808 808 0121 or email: cancerline@macmillan.org.uk; or log on to www.macmillan.org.uk <http://www.macmillan.org.uk>.

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