Vince Hall, manager of Dainton Self Storage in Scorrier, England, will perform Sept. 3 at The Moor in Falmouth, England, to raise funds for Macmillan Cancer Support, a charitable group that serves those diagnosed with cancer. The tribute act, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., will include songs by Nat King Cole, Matt Munro and Frank Sinatra. The event is free, but donations will be accepted, with all funds directed to the £3.5 million plans for The Cove Support Centre at the Royal Cornwall Hospital, according to the source.
"This is ‘my way’ of helping to raise money for such an important service,” said Hall, who’s been performing the act for several years. “Virtually everyone has been touched by cancer, either through a loved one, friend, neighbor or colleague. Being diagnosed with cancer can be a horrendous shock and a very lonely time. Macmillan ensures that no one has to face cancer alone by offering medical, financial and practical information as well as comfort and support.”
Dainton Self Storage chose to support Macmillan Cancer Support this year. The company's properties have launched various fundraising activities, including a charity concert in July at Ugbrooke House in Chudleigh, England.
Established in 2002 by Paul Maddicott, Dainton Self Storage is the operating brand for self-storage and moving specialist Dainton Group Services. Based in Newton Abby, England, the company operates 13 self-storage facilities in England and Wales. The group also includes Dainton Portable Buildings and Dainton Removals.
- The Packet: Sinatra Tribute Event for Macmillan