Hope for Justice Freedom Dinner, Tatton Park
PUBLISHED: 00:00 15 July 2019
More than 120 guests attended the Freedom Dinner organised by Hope for Justice, hosted by actor Tom Lister and Debbie Cooley who works for the charity.
Hope for Justice Freedom Dinner
The Hope for Justice staff and volunteers with Tatton's gardens as a backdrop
Adam Hewitt, Debbie Cooley and Tom Lister
Sonalee Joshi and Talita Bentley
Graham Simmons, Caroline and Steve Thomas, Tracey and Bobby Shahlavi
Andy and Kate Jones with Kathryn and John Odell
Tara and Stephen Illingworth with Richard and Cara Fawcett
Maggie Crewes with Wendy and Tony Taylor
Grace Pawson and Teresa Wyness
Elaine Jones with Claire Carter and Karen Child
Billie Naylor, Stacy Nicol, Candy Jacques and Hannah Twist
Jim and Claire Cooke
Elaine Jones with Michael and Jennifer Drew
Chris and Anne Morris
The event was held at Tatton Park and began with a drinks reception on the terrace while singers from the Piccadilly Symphony Orchestra dazzled guests. Guests then took part in a raffle and auction with donated prizes including a Burberry handbag and tickets to Hamilton before dancing the night away with entertainment from Radio Kings.
Founded in 2008, Hope for Justice aims to bring an end to modern slavery and this fundraising dinner focused on looking after children who have been victims of human trafficking. The event raised over £60,000 which will help children be reintegrated with their families.