Gap Personnel black-tie charity ball, Carden Park Hotel
PUBLISHED: 00:00 08 May 2020
Recruitment agency gap personnel raised £20,000 for two young brothers diagnosed with the same rare and life-limiting disorder, Fanconi Anaemia (FA), through a black-tie charity ball at Chester’s Carden Park Hotel.
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Helen Jones, Annie Roberts, Lindsey Davies, Louise Price and Jenny Ashworth.
Ben Thomas, Laura Williams and Jayne and Jon Berry.
Howard and Carole Bell.
Chrissie and Robert Small with David Jones.
Rebecca Griffiths, Gemma Gadey, Nia Grunwald and Karen Lewis.
Florin Dragnescu, Madalina and Monika Vilceanu, Beatrice and Robert Ionescu.
Darren Mercer, Amanda Gregson and David Picken.
Vaughan Rawson with Sharon and Simon Worsop.
Michelle Pritchard with her family and guests.
Lee Williams, Natasha Deaffern, Shane Williams and Phillip Lewis.
Malcom Gallagher and Darren Williams.
David and Sian Jones, parents of Zach and Finley.
Laura Durrans, Susan Gallagher and Janet Picken.
Hannah Dunne, Thomas Woods and Lynn Sulivan.
Mark and Joanne Thornton.
Millie Rawson and Laura Durrans.
Ffion Coggins and Lynsey Higgins, gap personnel Charity Ball organiser.
Kerry Poyser-Coles, Katy and Alison Rawson.
Kerrie and Marcio Lantia.
Ham hock terrine. for starters.
Scott Chisholm and Vicky Thornley.
The main course, chicken breast with dixed celery celerack, parsley and chicken juce.
Cosmin and Adina Rudu, Sabina Buzac and George Popescu.
Adam Warburton, Vladislan Ovanesyan, Marta Krawczyk and Tomasz Sliwak.
Richard and Maria Thorne, Sian and Adam Ramsey, Nik Mesney.
Craig Bunnell, David and Kathleen Hampson, Lyndsey Hampson, Kelsey Rees-Dykes and Andrew Stevens.
Andrew and Olivia Gunson.
Richard and Katie Skellon.
Gary and Stephanie Heath.
Two hundred colleagues, friends and family came together for a three-course meal, entertainment and to raise money to help find a cure for the boys’ condition through an online silent auction. Prizes were donated by gap employees, clients, family and friends, as well as various suppliers and local businesses. Among many incredible items up for grabs was a holiday to Florida and a wedding videographer package. Zach and Finley Jones, aged six and eight, from Wrexham, were both diagnosed with FA – a serious, genetic blood disorder causing bone marrow failure and other abnormalities – in 2018. To donate, visit uk.gofundme.com/f/finleyzach.