Fifty Shades of Grey themed charity lunch raises funds for Radio City’s Cash for Kids
PUBLISHED: 17:53 25 March 2015 | UPDATED: 17:53 25 March 2015
Danielle Lloyd, Tina Malone and Jude Cisse joined almost 200 women for a Fifty Shades of Grey themed charity lunch at the Hilton Hotel, Liverpool One, just as the saucy film hit the cinemas.
Fifty Shades of Grey themed charity lunch
David Brookes and Viv Tayloy-Fletcher
Marie Sheridan, Ritchie Swan (Dickybird Butlers) Kaya Nash, Kerry Doyle, Paul Curran (Dickybird Butlers) Elizabeth Nelson
Rebecca Jane (The Lady Detective Agency), Edward Reid (Singer/Britain's Got Talent), Claire Simmonsen (Radio City)
Jodie Tennant, Jackie Lloyd, Jude Cisse, Danielle Lloyd and Carla Lawson
Alison Henderson, Carole Clare, Bretta Adlen, Jan Rankin & Vevina Quigley (CFK)
Lyndsay Stanistreet-Tyer and Dee England with Dickybird Butlers
Designer BEN MAK and his models featuring some of his designs
Vicky Allison (Radio City) Laura Hampson (Hampson Hughes Solicitors)
Ben Mak and models line up to take the applause at the Fifty Shades of Grey event
Claire Hamilton, Victoria Colvin & Nama Zarroug (Kirwans Solicitors)
Angela Morretta, Helene Henry, Ruth Kirby, Andrea Kelly, Elaine Owen, Cathryn O'Grady & Lesley Groves
Guests enjoyed a drink on arrival, served by musclebound Dickybird Butlers, followed by a three-course lunch at the chic city centre hotel. The event, hosted by Radio City’s Claire Simmonsen, included a Q&A with Rebecca Jane of The Real Lady Detective Agency, hosted by Radio City’s Mick Coyle, a Fifty Shades of Grey theme fashion show - showcasing a daring collection from Ben Mak Designs and was rounded off with a rousing set from Britain’s Got Talent contestant Edward Reid.
One lucky winner won a Carita Gold pamper day for two at the Spa@Suites Hotel. Guests received a signed book ‘The Real Lady Detective Agency’ along with cup cakes from Laura’s Little Bakery.
The lunch raised £19,000 for Radio City’s Cash for Kids and was match-funded by Barclays.
The event was organised by Carolyn Hughes in association with Radio City’s Cash for Kids. Carolyn said: ‘The ladies, and a few brave men, loved our Fifty Shades lunch and we are delighted that we managed to raise a fantastic sum of money for Cash for Kids.’