From left, Les Miller, Donna Whitcombe, Paul Williamson (alias Wally), Dave Bullock, Tim Lee, Claire Steele and Jon Church. Picture: Kevin Elfleet

DJs wowed a sell-out crowd with 90s clubland classics at a fundraising event for The Norfolk Hospice, Tapping House.

DJs Wally, Dave Bullock, Tim Lee, Jon Church and Les Miller – known as Team Legends Production – hold regular fundraisers for local charities.

At last Friday’s event at the Duke’s Head hotel in King’s Lynn, the DJs each put on a 45-minute session to a non-stop dancing crowd and raised £2,000.

Some of this was raised online as the event was streamed to more than 300 people and also from a raffle.

Tapping House senior fundraising manager Tammy Green said: “We are very grateful to all the guys and girls that operate as Team Legends for all their hard work leading up to the night. 

“The guys put their hearts and souls into providing a superb night’s entertainment. 

“A wonderful achievement and we are so happy with the end result. We look forward to working with them again in the future.”

Team Legends was founded in 2019 following the death of former DJ Mike Hadley, of Lynn, who had been ill with diabetes.

Mr Miller and Mr Church raised money for the diabetic nurses who nursed Mr Hadley during his illness, and have since raised money for kidney department at Lynn’s Queen Elizabeth Hospital.

Mr Church said: “The idea by Les and I that a 90s clubland revival could be in big demand was proved to be a success.

“What a fun and fantastic evening, the dance floor was full from the opening track and remained full all night.”

Another 90s clubland night is set for March 12 at the Duke’s Head for children’s charity Reach For A Star.

For more information visit the Team Legends Productions Facebook page.