2019 Redrow Homes NW charity dinner and disco
PUBLISHED: 00:00 02 December 2019
Over 400 guests attended the annual Redrow Homes NW charity dinner and disco with a 70s’ flair, at The Pavilion Suite, Chester Racecourse.
Redrow Homes NW charity dinner
Isabelle Byrne, Jo Miller, Tracy Winthorley, Stephanie Glover and Mags Riddell
Steve Barnes, Steve Bailey and Simon Parkin
Katherine Whalley, Kirsty Newton, Mia Williams, Danielle Gillard and Caroline Jones and Emily Wilson
Neil Howard and Nuna Nualla
Ryan Billington, Manon Jones, Georgia Billington and Alan Fixten
Isabelle Guest, Jill Godleman, Leane Dowd
Amy Brown, Emma Liney and Clair Bedford of Claire House Children's Hospice
Denise Edge with Phoebe, Hannah and Alex Molloy
Steve and Victoria Hall, Maria Harvey and Scott Holland
Lydia Billington, Jessica Francis, Debra Benson and Paula Billington
Redrow Charity Ball Committee Members - Sarah Weaver, Sarah Lewis, Jason Newton, Ginny Constantinou and Christy Chadwick
Sarah Lewis, Sarah Weaver, Ginny Constantinou and Christy Chadwick, Redrow Charity Ball Committee Members
Dan Halliday Partnership Manager Claire House Children's Hospice recieves cheque for £8,000 from Paul Moore Redrow Homes North West
Neil Howard, Paul Sinclair, Gareth Edwards, Andrew Craig Directors of Redrow Homes
Mark Fawcett, Sarah Rummens, Beverley Lewis, Linda and Mel Howard
Nigel Thomas, Matt and Amy Ekin, Claire Thomas, Jackie and Adrian Lench
Staff, suppliers, sub-contractors and their guests enjoyed a four-course dinner, singing waiters, live music and a dance display by students from Priestley College, in Warrington.
Ticket sales, a raffle and charity auction helped raise over £30,000 for Redrow's adopted charity, Claire House Children's Hospice, which helps seriously and terminally ill children live life to the full by creating wonderful experiences and bringing back a sense of normality to family life.
A cheque for £8,000 was handed over on the night from previous events, including a golf day.