Creative Connecting in Cheshire, Nunsmere Hall

PUBLISHED: 00:00 17 February 2020

[Standing] Mandy Wong Oulton, Sian Pelleschi, Anna Van Der Feltz and Kalini Kent, [sitting] Karen Taylor, Zoe Oughton and Louise Barton

[Standing] Mandy Wong Oulton, Sian Pelleschi, Anna Van Der Feltz and Kalini Kent, [sitting] Karen Taylor, Zoe Oughton and Louise Barton

JANE BURKINSHAW

Hearts and minds met at a networking event hosted by Sue France of Creative Connecting in Cheshire.

Held at Nunsmere Hall, The Sparkly Heart Lunch provided an opportunity for almost 100 women - and a few men - to bring their professional talents to the table as well as raise money for three charities; CRY For Matthew and Brothers in Arms, which work to prevent sudden cardiac death in the young, as well as Gift of A Wedding, which arranges free-of-charge luxury weddings for the terminally ill. Artist Patricia Lee created a bespoke glass sparkly heart that was raffled off alongside a host of other prizes.

Entertainment included singer Amy O'Neill and comedian Gayna Cooper, as well as speakers Christine Ditchfield of 3 Pugs Gin and Cheshire Life Editor Katie Mulloy on the secrets of successful networking.

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