Mellor Brook couple host charity ball in aid of local charities
PUBLISHED: 00:00 04 December 2018
Over £5,000 was raised for Rosemere Cancer foundation and East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust
Rosemere Cancer foundation and East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust
Chris and Sarah Reynolds, Lisa and David Pickup
Beth Nield, Melissa Tindall, Katie McNally, Charlotte Tindall, Laura Ashcroft and Josie Hauxwell,
Ben, Josh and Lucy Gillies
Sean and Anne O' Malley, Chris Neild and Nicola Rogers
Alex and Rosie Wright, Vicky and Chris Mooney
Mike and Sheila Ward, Bill and Gillian Ferguson, Graham and Patricia Smith
Vicky Ramsden, Andrea Sisson, Rebecca Kershaw and Suzanne Bottomley
Steve and Gail Pattman, Jimmy Hindle, Sally Heppenstall, Andrew Bradford, Jane Smith and John and Susan Wilkin
Emily Cross and Josh Rayton
Dorothy and Alan Slater, Stephen and Barbara Martin
Louise and Colin Glover, Sheila and Ian Buckingham, Catherine and Philip Gunn
Ewood Park in Blackburn was host to a charity ball organised by Mark and Siobhan Neild of Mellor Brook.
An impressive £5,500 was raised from the evening, and it will be shared between Rosemere Cancer foundation and East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust’s in-house charity for stroke services at the Royal Blackburn Teaching Hospital.
The charities hold a special place for Siobhan, who works as a speech and language therapist for stroke services at RBTH.
170 guests enjoyed entertainment from seven-piece band Groovething, took part in a silent auction, bottle tombola and a raffle. The ball was supported by many local businesses and guests that helped them achieve a brilliant result.