Rolls-Royce ladies lunch raises funds for the Children’s Adventure Farm Trust
PUBLISHED: 00:00 02 September 2016
A glamorous event sponsored by Rolls-Royce was held at Gusto restaurant in Knutsford.
CAFT Lunch, Gusto Knutsford
Treats on the table...
Rolls-Royce outside Gusto
Saxophonist, Jesus Martin
Georgia Dunford and Lindsey Price
Cathy Plant, Yvonne Dixon and Lizzie Seabridge
Carol Robinson, Sue France and Lynette Page
Susan Lyne (P.R. Jones) with Dipti Patel-Carvell and Nicky Abell-Francis
Claire Cremin and Carol-Ann Evans
Kevin Simpson (Brand Ambassador, Rolls-Royce), Eve Langhorn (ChloBo), Lottie Sandbach (ChloBo), Nicky Hutton (Business Development Manager, Gusto), Anne Jackson (CAFT), Emma Bond (European Marketing Manager, Rolls-Royce), Rob Bashforth (CAFT) and Stefanie Meachin (Brand Business Development Manager, Gusto)
Sarah Law and Lucy Quaye
Toni Mackenzie and Magali Gorre
Stefanie Meachin, Kevin Simpson and Nicky Hutton take a selfie
Sharon Mather and Lorraine Thompson with Magician, Dominic Anthony
The Italian eaterie hosted the ladies lunch in aid of The Children’s Adventure Farm Trust, which was attended by 70 guests. The afternoon raised just over £1,000 for the Millington-based charity, which provides care and support for terminally ill, disabled and disadvantaged children. The designer jewellery business ChloBo, donated £1,000 worth of jewellery to one lucky winner.
Stefanie Meachin, assistant brand business development manager at Living Ventures, said: ‘We want to thank every one of our guests who made the afternoon amazing. From their generosity to their positivity and compliments about the food and atmosphere - we had a ball and we hope you all did too.’