The Rainbow House New York Ball raises over £50,000
PUBLISHED: 00:00 11 February 2019
Big apple fundraiser
Rainbow House Ball
Dancing with Passion entertain guests
Sue and Craig Sweatmore
Amada Wallace, Alison Kulbacki, Lisa Coar, Sharon Parkinson and Carey Delaney
Ann Loftus, Mick Loftus, Michelle Loftus Bentley and Jean Doherty
David Daglish, Jonny Wood, Tracy Daglish, Laura Daglish, Amelia Hegarty and Tom Wood
David and Amy Forshaw, Steve and Janet Crossley, Craig and Kay Dixon, Helen and Laurence Ashworth
Dougie Watt, Sam Jordison, Kelly Lowe and James Lowe
Lisa Maddison, Paul Maddison and Nicola Parkinson
Mick Finch, Mark Cuthbertson, Jennie Bentley, Tony and Samantha Livesey, David and, Natalie Rolfe, Kirstyn and Steven Donaldson, Mark Fahey and Rachel Finch
Wendy Lomax, Kerry Daniels and New York Showgirls, Pam O'Hanlon and Jude Pike
The Rainbow House New York Ball held at The Villa, Wrea Green, raised over £50,000 for the Mawdesley-based charity supporting children and young people with physical and neurological disabilities.
After being welcomed by the New York Showgirls and entertained by Will Pike during the drinks reception, 200 guests enjoyed a three course dinner with entertainment by Dance with Passion.
After dinner, the highlight of the evening, Soul Story, a fabulous group from America,
delighted the audience before everyone took to the floor to dance the night away.
During the evening Rainbow House launched a new DVD made by Sam Budd, which captures the work they do and the benefits to the children, young people and their families who use the services provided at Rainbow House.