Lindy Hoppers Gerald and Angie Bowen, along with Swing Jive aficionados Neil and Bev Morris, showcased their philanthropic spirit on Saturday, February 10, 2024, as they presented a heartfelt donation of £200 to the Paul Sartori Hospice at Home service.

The donation, a result of the couples’ dedication and the generosity of their dance community, was raised through a lively raffle organized during a dance event at Pater Hall, Pembroke Dock. The couples, well-known for their Lindy Hop and Swing Jive dance classes, gathered their pupils and dance enthusiasts to create an evening of fun and entertainment.

Gerald Bowen shared the inspiration behind the donation, recounting how Paul Sartori Hospice at Home had played a pivotal role in helping his father fulfil his final wish of passing away in the comfort of his own home. The contribution, Gerald emphasized, is a heartfelt expression of gratitude and a way for him to give back to the Charity that provided invaluable support during a difficult time for his family.

The Lindy Hoppers and Swing Jive enthusiasts engaged their dance community in supporting a cause close to their hearts. The couples expressed their gratitude to everyone who attended the event, purchased raffle tickets, and donated prizes, contributing to the raffle’s success.

Paul Sartori Hospice at Home, a charitable organization committed to providing compassionate end-of-life care, expressed their deep appreciation for the Bowen and Morris couples’ dedication to positively impacting the lives of those in need.

The success of this fundraising event reflects the power of community and the generosity of individuals coming together to support a meaningful cause. For further information or if you’d like to join the Lindy Hoppers, please email