Gary Neville headlines Red Sea Pedestrians annual lunch
PUBLISHED: 10:52 09 January 2017 | UPDATED: 10:52 09 January 2017
Ex-Manchester United footballer Gary Neville joined forces with the Red Sea Pedestrians in aid of PAPYRUS, the national charity for the prevention of young suicides, to raise nearly £40,000.
Red Sea Pedestrians annual lunch
David Rothburn, head of the Quilter Cheviot and Gary Neville
Gary Neville and Danny Savage
Robert and Kay Leggett
Antony Wagman, chair of trustees of the RSP and Gary Neville
Andrew Kingsley, Danny Hodari, Jonathan Kay and Mark Adlestone
Paul Waite and guest, David Rothburn, Michelle Rothbrun, Breck Stockton, Robert Leggett, Kay Leggett and Martyn Richards
Andrew Kingsley, Jonathan Dobkin, Brenton Walshaw, Simon Margolis, Mark Adlestone, Mark Davies, David Philips, and Jack Shalom
Daniel and David Rosenthal
Rob Nugent, Paul Masterton, Catherine Masterton, Justine and Pervaiz Naviede, Antony Wagman, Gary Neville, Danny Savage, Maurice Watkins and Scott Fletcher
Gary Neville speaking with guests
Breck Stockton, Stephen Habgood and Ged Flydd, PAPYRUS chief executive.
Antony Wagman and Maurice Watkins
Ladies of the RSP committee: Emily Samuels, Victoria Morris, Alejandra Solis, Natasha Higgins, Nadine Wagman and Suzie Margolis
PAPYRUS chief executive, Ged Flynn and Stephen Habgood
Gary was the key speaker at an annual lunch, sponsored by Quilter Cheviot Investment Management and held at King Street Town House Hotel, Manchester. He spoke about his professional experiences and answered questions from 50 local business people.
Antony Wagman, chair of trustees of the RSP said: ‘This money will go to PAPYRUS’s North West Self Care and Suicide Prevention Volunteer project, making a huge difference in young people’s lives at moments of utter distress. If we can help save only one life then our job here is a good one.’