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Dancing to save lives

10 March 2022

Dancing to save lives

In memory of Mike Pomfret

On the 28th of November 2021, Hot foot Dance Club, based in St Anne’s, put on the performance of their lives, to help save lives.Picture3

The show was dedicated to the late Mike Pomfret, born in Blackpool on the 28th November 1974.

A much beloved husband of Louise and a most special father to Emily and Leo. Mike was a Maritime Civil Engineer and, was a dedicated professional in his field.

In 2021, Mike  was brought into The Blackpool Teaching Hospital’s Intensive care unit with liver disease, a condition that he was diagnosed with from childhood.

On the 15th of August 2021, Mike sadly passed away.

Mike’s wife Louise and Daughter Emily are both members of the dance club and performed in this show.

Picture4“I was pleased to be able to perform in the hotfoot dance show alongside my daughter Emily. I couldn’t believe the generosity of the audience that we managed to raise £1000 for the intensive care unit at Blackpool Victoria hospital. I know Mike would be so proud of me and Emily dancing in the show and he would be so thankful to Julie Segev and hotfoot dance school for all their hard work.”

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