Rossendale Hospice 'Mad Hatters' themed ball, Hilton Hotel, Manchester
PUBLISHED: 00:00 29 September 2016
The Mad Hatter, Queen of Hearts and White Rabbit joined over 220 guests to raise £34,000 for Rossendale Hospice at this year's 'Mad Hatters' themed ball, at the Hilton Hotel, Manchester.
Rossendale Hospice ‘Mad Hatters’ themed ball
A Wonderland cake by Molly’s Creative Cakes raised £1,300 and was later donated to Manchester Children’s Hospital
Special events committee: Michelle Gildersleve, Sam Morris, Vicky Callan, Danielle Sidley, Adele Hall, Louise Smith, Linzi Byrne, Natalie Hutton and Belinda Evans
Michelle Gildersleve and Linzi Byrne
Martin Robinson, Rob Scott, Beverley Robinson, Lyndsay Scott, Tammy O'Rourke, Natalie and Paul Hutton
Paula and Stephen Hunter, Darren and Liz Jones, Holly Hammond, Huw Lloyd, Caroline Gee and Martin Briggs
Carolyn Shepherd, Alison Fairclough, Alison Harrison, Gail De'Ath and Tina Pickles
Ros and Peter Lloyd, Jack Calvert, Elle Rigby, Nathan Gill, Debbie Bird, Claire and Aidan Towers, Kerry and Reece Ward
Maxine Harris, Corinne Potter, Michael Coatman, Jim Potter, Geoff Downham, Dave and Anne Bricknell, Caroline Leftley, Dale and Helen Norman.
White Rabbit, Presley Morris, Mad Hatter, Sam Morris and The Queen of Hearts
Trustees of the hospice: Dr Liam McGrogan, Christine Durkin and Brian Rhodes
As well as these special guests, a Wonderland themed cake was donated by Molly Robbins of Molly’s Creative Cakes. It was auctioned off on the night, raising £1,300 for the hospice. This part of the auction was filmed by Channel 4’s new television series The Extreme Cake Makers, due to be aired in spring 2017.
Sam Morris, community fundraising manager at Rossendale Hospice, said: ‘Rossendale Hospice is indebted to the Special Events Committee who work tirelessly to organise this and other fundraising events. We’d also like thank our sponsor, CFH Design, everyone who attended and all the companies who donated raffle and auction prizes. The event wouldn’t have been possible without your support.’