Prizes left unclaimed from Strictly Come Dancing-style charity event

Let's Dance event for the NSPCC 2015
Let's Dance event for the NSPCC 2015

AUDIENCE members who attended a Strictly Come Dancing-style charity contest are being urged to check that they didn’t leave the event without a prize.

Sandra McCall, chairman of the Hartlepool National Society for the Protection of Children (NSPCC), says there are five raffle ticket prizes which have so far gone unclaimed from the Let’s Dance event at The Borough Hall, on the Headland on Friday, March 13.

Let's Dance event for the NSPCC 2015

Let's Dance event for the NSPCC 2015

The winning ticket numbers are:






The remaining prizes which can be claimed with one of those tickets are a meal at Ruskins, in Grange Road, a tattoo at Copes Studios, a car wash, Cake Cups by Victoria, and a health boost at Paul Gough Physio Rooms.

Sandra said: “There are five unclaimed prizes from the raffle and we’d really like them to get to the people who bought the tickets.

“I think people were having such a good time on the night that they may have forgotten to check the tickets they had bought.”

Ten couples from Hartlepool took part in the glitzy toe-tapping competition to raise money for the town branch of the NSPCC.

The spin-off of the popular BBC show Strictly Come Dancing, hosted by celebrities Claudia Winkleman and Tess Daly, raised over £10,000 for the cause – which will directly benefit children in Hartlepool.

Anyone who believes they may have a winning ticket should contact the NSPCC’s Shaun Donnelly on (0191) 2275346.