Spinal Research fundraiser, Bolton Old Links Golf Club
PUBLISHED: 00:00 27 February 2019
Organised by Paula Miller, the evening began with a sparkling drinks reception followed by a three-course meal.
Spinal Research fundraiser
Organiser, Paula Miller, with husband, Ashley, and their daughters, Saxon (left) and Kalista
Kathryn and Alan Brown with Charlotte Underwood
Jackie Cohen, Gaynor Elworthy, Sandra Brookes, Judith Jowles and Anne Barker
Ben Sweeney and Kimberley Toth
Alicia Thompson with Kalista and Saxon Miller
Allan and Jennifer Hogan
Margery Brown, Norma Johnson and Val Lessells
Reece Jones and Saxon Miller
Dave Turner, Donna Bayliff, Lee Brown, Kerry and Andy Stockton and Kelly Turner
Alexandria, Phil, and Julie Waring with Zach and Victoria Fraser
Len and Anne Maycroft with Russ and Val England
Dave Cole, Debbie Parsonage, Olga and Peter Cole
Alexandria Waring, Sharon Simm and Kimberley Toth
Chris Bainbridge, Jackie Foster, Diane Oakes and Kerry Mills
Janet Tkaczuk, Irene Knight, Christine Tonge and Jane Jones
Dan and Victoria Crook with Kathryn and Andy Ottley
Jo Riding, Alison Whitehead and Julie Begg
Sonia Morris, Danielle Bryan and Paula Miller
Reece Jones, Saxon Miller, Matt Boswell, Lucy Hunt, Luci Hulme and Lucy O'Donnell
Alicia Thompson, Kalista Miller and Georgia Cohen
Dan Crook, Kellie Miller, Karl Powell and Dominic Miller
Martyn and Joanne Price
Anthony and Dawn Chadwick with Paula Miller
It was an evening of glitz and glamour at the Bolton Old Links Golf Club where guests spent an evening having fun while raising money for Spinal Research, the UK’s leading charity funding medical research for effective treatments for paralysis caused by spinal cord injury.
Guests were entertained by a comedian as well as a table top magician who carried out a variety of magic tricks. There was also a pop up photo booth where guests could capture their memories of the night.
Guests took part in a raffle to win a variety of prizes that had been kindly donated by supporters.
The event was highly successful and raised £1,605 for the charity.