The Rainbow House Masquerade Ball, The Villa, Wrea Green
PUBLISHED: 00:00 18 April 2018
The Rainbow House Masquerade Ball raised over £49,000 for the children’s conductive education charity based in Mawdesley.
The Rainbow House Masquerade Ball
Carl Woolfenden from Rochdale won a beautiful diamond ring in the Diamond Draw
Guests ofRainbow House supporters Ward & Burke
John Parkinson and Amy Atkin
Lisa and Paul Maddison
Lyndsay Fahey, head of fundraising at Rainbow House, and guests
Magician Alex Hutton mystifies the guests
Michelle Bentley and Jeanette McCormack
Paul and Louise Wolstencroft
Scott and Jan Hatchell
Stuart and Pauline Clare CBE
The Jersey Tones
Jean Doherty, Mick Loftus and Ann Loftus
Judith Pike, Nicola Parkinson and Wendy Lomax
Lauren Cornall, Charlotte Gerrard, Sonia Harris, Kat Nelson, Zara Rimmer and Karen Gee
Olivia Ikeda-Allen, Ben Blackman, Emma Blackman, Nicola Chaplin, Terry Chaplin and Natalie Pollard
Held at The Villa, Wrea Green, 170 guests were greeted by The Glitz and Glamour Showgirls from Blackpool before enjoying a welcome drink and entertainment by Dance with Passion.
After a three course dinner, music from The Jersey Tones filled the dance floor and Alex Hutton of Zanda Magic mystified with magic tricks.
Auction prizes at the event, which was supported by C2V+ and Ward and Burke, included a Preston North End corporate box for ten people and two night stay at Charingworth Manor.
There was also a Diamond Draw, silent auction and raffle. Pauline Clare, chair of the trustees at Rainbow House, said: ‘Our thanks go everyone who has organised, helped and donated prizes and their time to make the evening so successful, but especially to all the guests for helping raise such a fantastic amount.’