The Scarlett Ball raises funds for the Rainbow Trust and the When You Wish Upon A Star foundation
PUBLISHED: 00:00 12 September 2016
A fantastic £10,500 was raised for two children’s charities at The Scarlett Ball at Rochdale Town Hall.
The Scarlett Ball at Rochdale Town Hall
Phil Sweeney, Jen Coluccio, Lisa Broderick and Mark Broderick
Susan Halpin, Roisin Pickering and Louise Jeffrey
Stacey and Ben Mckler with Tamsin and Paul Johnson
Kay and Matt Davies with the Mayoress of Rochdale Mrs Elaine Dutton and the Mayor of Rochdale Cllr Raymond Dutton
Becky, Christine, Clare, Leah and Rachel Cowen
Mark Hadwen-Wright, Ann Davies and Hannah Hadwen-Wright
Phil Kershaw and Nicola Kershaw
Hayley Noblet, Adam Spiller and Megan Spiller
Scarlett's teachers; Ciara Hartley, Rachel Watson, Alice Jones, Megan Fuller and Elaine Fallon
Gemma Warburton, Hayley Noblet and Zoe Pearson
Katie and Dan Lewin with Becky and Allan Bodgers
Karen Dorrington, Amy Ingham, Matt Davies, Kay Davies, Hayley Noblet and Caroline Dorrington
Scarlett, Matt, Cara, Kay and Lucy Davies
Laraine Dorrington, Hayley Noblet, Kay Davies, Amy Ingham, Karen Dorrington and Caroline Dorrington
There were 220 guests, including the Mayor and Mayoress of Rochdale, and the money raised will be split between The Rainbow Trust and the When You Wish Upon A Star foundation.
Matt Davies, who organised the ball with his wife Kay, said: ‘The ball was a great success in both raising money to help the charities and also raising awareness of how normal families can have their lives turned upside down. Although we had contributions from local businesses, the majority of the money came from the pockets of local families - a wonderful effort from the people of Rochdale.
Plans are already starting for a second Scarlett Ball.’ The event was named after Matt and Kay’s daughter, who was struck down by a serious illness aged just two.