It’s time to get your best moves out - and your wallet - as a disco is taking place this weekend to fundraise money for lifesaving equipment.

Gwyn Edwards, from Cross Hands, is hosting a 70s disco in Tumble this Saturday, February 10 to raise money to purchase more defibrillators for the Gwendraeth Valley.

The 53-year-old takes photographs of Tumble RFC’s games and sells the pictures to raise funds to purchase the lifesaving machines for the community.

Over the years he has raised enough money to purchase machines for Tumble, Penygroes, Cross Hands and Porthrhyd.

Gwyn said: “Let’s get a good turnout for the evening so we can get lifesaving defibrillators and training for Drefach, Upper Tumble and other villages.”

Guests can expect music from Rod Stewart, ABBA and Bay City Rollers at the fundraising disco which is taking place at Tumble Hall this Saturday from 8pm.

There will be photo prizes for the best dressed, best dancer and best air guitarist.

A defibrillator purchased by Gwyn’s fundraising and installed at Nigel Williams Pharmacy in Cross Hands has already saved the life of one pensioner.

Eddie Thomas, who is in his 60’s, suffered a cardiac arrest last summer and collapsed onto the pavement next to a main road.

Discussing the incident, Gwyn said: “Luckily the two bystanders who stopped to help the gentleman were able to start CPR while someone went to get the nearest defibrillator at Cross Hands.

“The defibrillator automatically shocked the heart within one minute 41 seconds of it being connected.

“The actions of the defibrillator and the bystanders carrying out CPR for over 23 minutes saved this gentleman’s life.

“Please get your family and friends to spend 30 minutes of their lives to learn CPR so one day you can also give someone a second chance in life.

“These defibrillators are not cheap, but one cannot put a price on someone’s life.

“Let’s make our community a safer place.”

Tickets for the disco are priced at £15 and include curry and chips.

For more information about the event, you can call Gwyn on 07469210112.