Purely Come Dancing charity ball raises funds for Cash for Kids
PUBLISHED: 10:16 05 September 2016 | UPDATED: 10:16 05 September 2016
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TELEVISION stars joined around 270 guests to raise £50,000 at a Purely Come Dancing-themed charity ball held by north Lancashire based Pure Leisure Group.
Purely Come Dancing charity ball
Karen Jefferies, Mark Gregory, Sarah Pye, Peter Pye, Ben Samuelson, Geoff Preston, Kate Samuelson, Helen Yu
Karen Glynn, John Glynn, Paul Glynn and Paula Glynn
Laura Pitman, Michelle Livesey, Russell Feingold and Sarah Peet
Pat Richardson, Alexander Kovacs, Jenny Kovacs, Andrew Kovacs, George Kovacs and Alan Richardson
Zoe and Tim Hughes
Clarissa Buono, Lydia Garside, Robbie Collis, Josie Crowe, Andy Crowe, Alison Loveland, George Lamb, Sandra Hoare, Jason Moore and Catherine MacLean
Janine Kenny, Alan Kenny, Mark Molyneaux and Soulla Molyneaux
Jo and Martin Kelsey
Caroline Shaw, Richard Watts, Sean Lupton, Pam Shaw, John Shaw, Robert Shaw, Mark Shaw and Jackie Shaw
Les Dennis, Debbie Rush, John Morphet, Alice Rice and Sue Cleaver
Les Dennis, Sue Cleaver and Debbie Rush – otherwise known as Coronation Street’s Michael, Eileen and Anna – made a star appearance at the glitzy gathering in the grounds of Pure Leisure Group owner John Morphet’s farm near Milnthorpe.
It was the 14th fundraiser to be held by Pure Leisure Group, which owns luxury lodge developments and caravan parks as well as the exclusive Royal Westmoreland estate in Barbados.
The money raised goes to Cash for Kids, an organisation that works with sick, under-privileged and disadvantaged children at a local level. w