CAMPAIGNERS working to set up a centre for young people in Stafford in memory of a resident have received a raft of donations for a fund-raising talent show.
Di Reynolds, daughter Tia Wint and family and friends want to open the Danny Reynolds Centre in Stafford town centre in memory of the West Way 21- year-old.
He was killed in a car crash in November 2010. The driver had been drinking alcohol.
Since then his mum Mrs Reynolds has been determined to create a place for young people to gather in a bid to turn them away from the pub.
She is searching for a town centre venue for the site, which she hopes would include a meeting area, gym, creche, street church and provide opportunities for work experience and training.
Organisers have been holding fundraisers to get cash towards the centre and the next one will be a talent show on June 22 at Stafford Rangers Social Club.
The first prize trophy has been donated by Matt Smith from Stafford Sound and Light, who will also provide the sound and lighting for the evening, as well as acting as compere for the show.
Raffle prizes have been donated by various businesses Mrs Reynolds said: “We only have three spaces left for contestants, it’s proven very popular.
We are hoping to raise a good amount along with creating an amazing evening.”
People who want to watch the show can pay on the door. Anyone interested in entering the talent show can log on to www.dannyreynoldscentre.com