DANCING feet have helped raise more than £600 for charity.

A special fundraising dance was held at Dunbar Royal British Legion last month in aid of Prostate Scotland.

The charity provides information, advice and help on prostate health and diseases, tests and treatments.

Nearly one in two men in Scotland will be affected by prostate disease at some stage of their lives and one in 10 are likely to develop prostate cancer.

Elizabeth Bolton, who organised the event, thanked everyone for their support, including via a raffle.

A spokesperson for Prostate Scotland said: “We would like to give our heart-

felt thanks to Elizabeth

for organising her fund-

raising dance. It’s a brilliant initiative which helps to support our work to tackle prostate cancer and disease.

“We’d also like to thank all those who have contributed to her fundraising efforts.

“The support from Elizabeth helps us spread the word about the importance of prostate awareness in her community.

“We support men with prostate cancer in East Lothian with one-to-one information and support, as well as through our Living Well with Prostate Cancer course, which is run in partnership with Maggie’s Edinburgh.”

The next Living Well Course starts at the end of next month; go to prostatescotland.org.uk/help-and-support-for-you for more information.