Rossendale Hospice ladies’ 2016 Christmas lunch, Nino’s Rawtenstall.
PUBLISHED: 14:56 01 February 2017 | UPDATED: 14:56 01 February 2017
Fizz flowed and fabulous prizes were won at the Rossendale Hospice ladies’ Christmas lunch, held at Nino’s in Rawtenstall.
Rossendale Hospice 2016 Christmas lunch
Special events committee: Shelley Gildersleve, Danielle Sidley, Compere Joe Casserley, Natalie Hutton, Kayleigh Evans, Sam Morris, Terri Miller, Belinda Evans and Louise Smith
Deborah Greenwood, Julie Eason, Elaine Hinchcliffe, Hazel Holland and Jackie Clark
Chris Holt, Julie Woods and Julie Taylor
Michelle Sawdon, Kate Palmer, Joanne Karoo and Becky Holden
Caroline Dawson, Emma Farrow, Jeanette Brown, Wendy Baines and Angela Glynn
Nicola Ray, Sarah Makin and Nikki Wright
Helen Yates and Lisa Lord
Laura Greenwood, Emma Pritchard and Robyn Terry
Rachel Bailey, Stephanie Dickinson and Laura Woods
Elaine Carmichael, Jane Chambers and Lucy Oakey
Lisa Bower, Lisa Holiday, Tracey Barlow, Claire Ormrod, Janet Dunning, Jane Chambers, Sallie Ryle, Sheila Dewhirst, Elaine Carmichael, Lucy Oakey, Sandii Connolly and Maureen Mirell
Donna Baldwin, Stacey McCann, Sarah Beaumont, Julie Turner, Holly Gethin, Joanne Weston, Natalie Hughes, Eleanor Cornthwaite and Hayley Whittles
Julie Henwood, Andrea Hoole, Amy Hayden-Pawson, Deborah Hayden-Pawson, Rebecca Pendlebury, Emma Riley and Emily Grimshaw
The annual event, which raised £16,000 for the hospice, was attended by 188 ladies who enjoyed a Christmas dinner with all the trimmings and entertainment from Dax on Sax. Hosted by Full Irish Manchester radio DJ, Joe Casserly, guests at the lunch also took part in a mannequin challenge.
Sam Morris, community fundraising manager, said: ‘We are delighted that the event raised an overwhelming £16,000, which is a reflection of all the hard work and efforts the special events committee give to the Hospice, we are lucky to have them. I would also like to thank all the ladies who attended for their generosity.’