Art 100 raises over £21,000 for Chester Hospital’s Babygrow Appeal
PUBLISHED: 00:00 10 June 2016
Brookside creator Phil Redmond and his wife, Alexis, hosted an art event at their home, Tirley Garth, near Tarporley, to raise money for the Countess of Chester Hospital’s Babygrow Appeal.
Art 100 fundraiser
The Countess of Chester Hospital NHS Foundation Trust Babygrow Appeal team
The Arco String Ensemble fron Wirral Grammar School for Girls
Hosts, Phil and Alexis Redmond with Leila Bibby, Chairman of The Babygrow Appeal
Lesley Woodhead with David and Louise Minchin
Artists, The Singh Twins in front of one of their works, a print, entitled 'Pomegranate'
Eddie and Hazel White with Matthew Groome, Liberty McLeay, Andrew and Michelle McLeay
Rachel Williams and Lulu Haydock
Natalie and Paul Martin
Leila Bibby, Chairman of The Babygrow Appeal, with Gillian and Andrew Dawson and Mary-Jane Greenhalgh
Irene Brearey with Celia Roberts and Debbie Williams
Art 100 involved 100 pieces of art being donated and the buyer of each ticket purchased won a piece of art. The occasion was attended by 200 guests, including patron Louise Minchin from the BBC’s Breakfast programme and raised over £21,000. An auction included appealing prizes, such as the Beatles Maquette and a Peter Hayes sculpture.