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Carolyn Hughes PR eighth annual charity lunch, Gusto restaurant, Liverpool

PUBLISHED: 00:00 22 January 2018

Danielle Lloyd, Dawn Ward and Gillian Kearney

Danielle Lloyd, Dawn Ward and Gillian Kearney

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£23,000 raised for Radio City’s Cash for Kids

Carolyn Hughes PR hosted its annual charity lunch at Gusto restaurant, in the Albert Dock, Liverpool, raising £23,000 for Radio City’s Cash for Kids.

Now in its eighth year, the glamorous event was hosted by Radio City’s Peter Price and supported by The Christmas Decorators and Jumping Jacks. Guests included singer Rebecca Ferguson, Dawn Ward from the Real Housewives of Cheshire and her husband Ashley, Danielle Lloyd, Emmerdale actress Gillian Kearney and Tina Malone.

Carolyn Hughes said: ‘The annual CHPR charity lunch in aid of Cash for Kids is always a great day. I am grateful for the support of Carole Clare at Cash for Kids, Jumping Jacks, The Christmas Decorators, and everyone who supported with their attendance or a prize. The funds raised today will help those less fortunate.’

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