Rossendale Hospice 30 year celebrations and fundraiser
PUBLISHED: 00:00 07 February 2019
A day celebrating 30 years of Hospice Care raised a magnificent £18,730.
Rossendale Hospice annual ball
Sarah Makin, Jade Cotton, Rachel Hall,Sam Morris,Louise Smith, Danielle Harrison and Joe Casserley
Edna Fletcher, Cath Rothwell and Sarah Baldacchino
Chris Holt, Julie Woods and Sandra Broadhead
Michelle Chambers,Gillian Gotts and Dawn Hadfield
Helen Gibson,Emma Brierley and Attiyah Mirza
Julie Eason,Christine Weston and Hazel Holland
Joanne Hargreaves, Chloe Hargreaves, Rachel Baines, Kate Farmer, Michelle Sordon and Becky Holden
Tammie O’Rourke, Bev Robinson and Helen Gibson
Lisa Lord, Kirsty Baird, Tracey Peace, Ann Davies and Helen Yates
Rhiannon Cosgrove, Lucy McCloughlin, Laura Booth and Becky Parry
Sara Beaumont, Donna Baldwin, Holly Gethin, Eleanor Longworth, Hayley Whitters, Stacey McCann, Debi Fellone and Emma Brierley
Ashley Linch, Carole Proctor, Joanne Hilton, Joanne Durrant and Michelle Proctor
Natalie Walker, Sandra Broadhead, Sharon Spencer and Annette Hepper
Gill Nolan, Judith Moffat, Angela Lewis,Carole Spencer and Sonia Graham
Around 160 ladies supported Rossendale Hospice by attending their 18th luncheon at Nino’s Restaurant in Rawtenstall.
The committee is a group of fantastic volunteers who dedicate their time to this event and the annual ball.
The festivities got off to a thought provoking yet humorous start with a talk by Brenda Bottomley, an ex-patient and current Rossendale Woman of the Year along with her sister Denise. She spoke about her time at the Hospice and how she continues to see the friends she made there.
Guests were entertained by ‘Dax on Sax’ and Joe Casserley, was the host.
Sam Morris, fundraising manager, said they were overwhelmed by the generosity of the Valley people and beyond. Committee with their fundraising. ‘Raising £18,730 in just four hours is phenomenal. The hard work that the SEC put into this event and the ball is greatly appreciated by everyone at the Hospice especially the patients,’ he said.