Rossendale Hospice 30th anniversary ball, Hilton Hotel, Manchester
PUBLISHED: 00:00 30 October 2018 | UPDATED: 16:13 30 October 2018
Rossendale Hospice’s 19th annual ball, organised by the special events team, celebrated in style to mark the 30 year milestone of providing hospice care. It raised an impressive £27,000.
Rossendale Hospice 2018 annual ball
Trustees of the Hospice Barry Topham, Christine Durkin and Geoff Summers
Jacqui Brennand, Chris Hadfield, Dawn Hadfield, Stephen Middleton, Wendy Middleton-Baines, Emma Farrow, Peter Farrow and Angela Glynn
David McCann, Stacey McCann, Alex Beaumont, Sara Beaumont, Debi Fellone, Phil Fellone, Donna Carley, Anthony Clegg, Vicky Callan and Ian Hopkins
Rachel Hall, Jackie Keenan, Sarah Makin, Michelle Gildersleeve, Clare Richards, Sam Morris, Amy O�Connor, Louise Smith and Danielle Harrison
Special Events Committee, Sarah Makin, Rachel Hall, Michelle Gildersleeve, Sam Morris, Louise Smith, Danielle Harrison
The stunning cake raised £1,000 at auction
Leanne Ashworth, Lynne Altham, Hermione Blackledge, Lily Johnson, Jack Altham, Rachel Hall, Stephen Hall, John Braithwaite and Alex Braithwaite
Bill and Pat Rhind, Richard and Janet Sixsmith
Susan Robinson, Jo Edwards, Jeff Flood, Kelly Davoc, Matthew Davoc, Casey Chadwick, Colin Stansfield, Debbie Pomfret, Rick Pomfret, Susan Farmer and Blaze Farmer
Louise and Simon Smith, Sharon and Michael Booth, Jane Holden
Denise Dott, Christine Durkin and Brenda Bottomley
Almost 200 guests were greeted at the Hilton Hotel, Manchester, with a toast given by Alan Keegan, the voice of Old Trafford, who asked the guests to toast the anniversary.
Throughout the night guests were entertained by magician Tristan Malgeri, dancers from Dance Like No one’s Watching and The Valley Hoopers who gave a mesmerising show.
The icing on the cake was an auction prize of a fantastic black and gold leopard by Molly’s Creative Cakes which raised a show-stopping £1,000 and was filmed by Channel 4 series, The Extreme Cake Makers.