Pukka Up Birthday Boys support Dyslexia Action

Pukka Up’s Ed and Mark bring Neverland to life and raise £1,140 for Dyslexia Action
Two of the movers and shakers at clubbing experience company Pukka Up, offered up the chance to wipe away the January blues as they celebrated turning 30!

Having chosen the apt theme of Peter Pan, Ed and Mark tranformed their second home Pacha, London into Neverland and with some surprise ‘lost boys’, a fancy dress competition, and all the proceeds from the party going to charity there was plenty to keep everyone entertained all night.

A massive thank you to Mark and Ed for choosing to support Dyslexia Action, to everyone at Pukka Up and Pacha, London who made the event happen and for all those that went along for a great night!

The Birthday Boys!

Ed Moore “The night was a great success and it was really rewarding to give something to charity on such a big milestone! We hope this is the first of many fundraisers we can help with!”

Mark Graham “Having grown up in the dance music industry and with dyslexia it was nice to be able to give something back! We both look forward to supporting the charity in the future as i know how difficult people who suffer from dyslexia find normal day life.”

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