Creative Connecting in Cheshire, Nunsmere Hall
PUBLISHED: 00:00 17 February 2020
Hearts and minds met at a networking event hosted by Sue France of Creative Connecting in Cheshire.
Creative Connecting in Cheshire
Councillor Gillian Edwards, Weaver and Cuddington Ward
Deborah Dixon, Sue France, Matthew O'Brien, Katie Mulloy
Genevieve Pegg, Anne Moore, Alexander Storey, Andrea Francis, Morgan Granger, Gemma Easdon, Cathy Townsend and Laura Riddle
Joyce Knight, Stephen and Christine Ditchfield and Louise Webb
Lisa Lekerman, Tricia Peters and Tracey Wall
Owen Drew and Joyce Knight
Stephanie Cheadle and Gayna Cooper
Sue Dewhirst and artist Patricia Lee who created the raffled Sparkly Heart art
TRACEY TELFORD AND SUSAN BAXTER
[Standing] Mandy Wong Oulton, Sian Pelleschi, Anna Van Der Feltz and Kalini Kent, [sitting] Karen Taylor, Zoe Oughton and Louise Barton
[Standing] Mhari Oakes, Jules Burgess and Catherine Sandland; [sitting] Nicola Woodhouse, Penny Williams, Tracey Wall and Sian-Elin Flint-Freel
[Standing] Sue France, Dawn Beschorner, Helen Gregory, Maggie Hollinshead Sharon Lam , Yifan Nairn,Dipti Patel Carver; [sitting] Gayna Cooper, Sue Tydd and Lucinda Rose
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.