Miss Preston at the Rainbow House inaugural Royal Ascot Ladies’ Day
PUBLISHED: 00:00 11 August 2016
MORE than 130 ladies dressed up for the inaugural Rainbow House Royal Ascot Ladies’ Day in the Invincibles Lounge at Preston North End Football Club.
Rainbow House Royal Ascot Ladies’ Day
Amy Price, Elizabeth Oakes and Angela Kelly
Amy Young, Joanna Haigh, Lisa Herir and Maria Herir
Carmen Parkinson, Kirsty Cockcroft, Giselle Clayton, Alison Wilson, Laura Wilkinson, Lindsay Garmen, Katy Morris and Jenny Burke
Emma Eckton and Dianne Dillon
Hayley Scholes, Kerry Langrish (who won a diamond necklace) and Nicola Parkinson
Hayley Scholes, Kerry Langrish, Joanna Fearon and Cheryl Poole
Mina Khan, Elizabeth Grant (Miss Preston) and Dimple Thakbar
Mona Skarnes, Lydia Brown and Elizabeth Bowman
Rachael Nixon, Wendy Webster and Ally Houghton
Suzy Orr, Miss Preston, Elizabeth Grant and Nicola Parkinson
Suzy Orr with best dressed winner, Jane Rapin
Bucks fizz was given to guests on arrival, before a two course lunch with live entertainment from singer Michael Cosgrove.
In between races, guests browsed a range of exhibitor stands especially set up for the event, sponsored by Windoworld. A raffle also raised over £7,000 for the Mawdesley based charity which offers rehabilitation, education and fun for children, young people and adults with neurological conditions.
Carole Cochrane, chief executive of Rainbow House, said: ‘This was a great new event for us and we had a fantastic afternoon with lots of winners. Our thanks go to everyone who joined us and made the day such a great success.’