St John’s Hospice celebrate 30th anniversary with Casino Royale Ball
PUBLISHED: 00:00 10 August 2016
A taste of the James Bond lifestyle was brought to the Globe Arena, Morecambe, to celebrate the 30th anniversary of St John’s Hospice.
Casino Royale Ball 30th anniversary
Georgina Carr, Rebecca Nicholls, Jayne Airey, Chris Airey, Debbie Airey, Paul Airey, Andrew Nicholls and Susan Nicholls
Joanne and David Leeman with Suzanne and Andy Porter
Tony Harrison, Maureen Harrison, Maureen Bennett and Brian Bennett
Bill Curran, Judith Curran, Chris Warren, Sue McGraw (Chief Executive Officer), Jaime McGraw, Chris Heginbotham, Chris Heginbotham (Chair of the Board of Trustees), Caroline Rose and Eileen Martin
Stephen and Sarah Stone with Kate and Derek Melrose
Louise Nolan, Debby Hansson and Charlotte Blackshaw
Caroline Turner, Laura Butterfield, Carol Fishwick, Jean Butterfield and Angela Hewitt
Jonathan Hargreaves-Townson, Maureen Hargreaves-Townson, Leanne Myerscough and Darren Hargreaves
Dave and Helen McMahon with Anne-Marie and Alan Bateson
Gina Hodgson, Patricia Jones and Bernadette Allen
Jane Brown, Karen Crossley, Kath Marshall and Ada Marshall
Hannah Mayor, Helen Soutar, Catherine Butterworth, Karen Crossley and Lucy Leamy
The Casino Royale Ball, which raised £14,000 for the Lancaster based hospice, was attended by 234 guests and featured entertainment from The Singing Waiters and band, The Mustard Cutters.
There was a delicious four course meal, before guests had the chance to win a necklace from Banks Lyon Jewellers in the prize draw, and other prizes in the auction and raffle.
Helen Soutar, of St John’s Hospice, said: ‘Without all these generous people and businesses the event simply would not happen. Thank you to everyone who attended and dug deep to raise this outstanding amount of money.’