Beechwood Cancer Care 2018 annual Butterfly Ball
PUBLISHED: 00:00 23 July 2018
Beechwood Cancer Care offers support to those living with cancer and other life limiting illnesses, as well as supporting their relatives and carers.
Beechwood Cancer Care 2018 Butterfly Ball
Simon Hickman, Nicole Brecknell, Stacey Holt and John Holt
Jason Naylor, Linda Cook, Katy Naylor, Jacqui Kendrew and David Kendrew
Emma Bell, Kevin Birtwistle, Marybeth Singleton, Josef Singleton, Debbie Harding and Phil Chopping
John and Rachel Lugo
Amy Moores, Sammy Burns and Ryan James
Nick Corlett, Julie Corlett, Ruth Benson, Kate Jeffries and David Jeffries
Gavin Egan, Dani Egan, Chris Wilding and Sam Davey
Suzanne Binns, Devon Green and Jenny Hodgson
Hannah Calvanese, Elisha Randles, Carlton Wellington and Marianne O'Reilly
Steve Heritage, Sheila Heritage, Rachel Gateley and Frank Gateley
Angela Cordwell, Angela Gray and Elizabeth Jackson
Hannah Hunt, Lisa-Marie Massay, Susan Kitchen, Shivon Halliday, Vicky Purdy, Annette Kerry Walton amd Karin Lindsay
Stephen Little and Alexandra Wood
Michelle Thomas, Sarah Nowell and Nicola Barnett
Natalie and Chris Hazelhurst
Gwyneth Fielding, Jill Fielding, Louise Wainwright and Tina Brown
Amanda Bartley, Steve Bartley, Liane Carter and Emma Carter
Pauline Yeomans, Sue Shtewi and Lisa Derbyshire
Gerrod Plant, Carolann Bruce, Darryl Browne and Jenna Browne
Julie Sheridan, Margaret Brown, Jean Fairhurst, Brenda Brown, Lisa Williams, Angela Gray, Bernadette O'Neil, Jane Bate, Andrea Perrie, Carol Malpas and Kathryn Johnston
There was plenty of joy and a few emotional moments too when Beechwood Cancer Care held its annual Butterfly Ball at the Principal Hotel in Manchester.
The ball was a huge success for the Stockport-based charity, thanks to the support of 300 guests and sponsorship from Brown Shipley Private Bank and Pareto FP.
Beechwood Cancer Care offers support to those living with cancer and other life limiting illnesses, as well as supporting their relatives and carers. They first began offering cancer care back in 1990 and since then the centre has helped many people.
They hold several events throughout the year and the Butterfly Ball is one of the highlights.
This year there was a Masquerade theme and the room had been transformed by Eventures, while Wayne Devlin entertained guests during a three course meal. Guests included Beechwood patron Gaynor Morgan, John and Rachel Lugo of Real Housewives and Julie and Tom Malone from Gogglebox.
Following a emotional story shared by Beechwood patient Carol Ann Bruce, guests hit the dance floor as the Diane Shaw band took to the stage.