A swing night will be held in Urmston next week in an effort to fundraise for a new community space.

Party-goers can hark back to the Rat Pack era, through renditions of Frank Sinatra classics, such as Fly Me to the Moon, at Urmston Masonic Hall 1881 Building, Westbourne Rd, at 7pm on Saturday.

All proceeds on the night will go towards funding a new community event space, which JP Goldman will supply the materials for, that will provide outreach programmes to support local groups, senior citizens, vulnerable residents and charities.

Messenger Newspapers: The space to be converted into a community hubThe space to be converted into a community hub (Image: Wayne Devlin)

“We’re excited to host this fun evening that brings back the Rat Pack era while raising money for this community-driven cause,” said organiser Adam Walker.

“With Wayne and Aaran leading the entertainment, it’s sure to be a swinging night showcasing Urmston’s very best talent.”

The smart-casual evening will feature acclaimed crooner Wayne Devlin and Aaran Longbottom.

Tickets cost just £5 payable in cash at the entrance, while the bar is car only.