Prevent Breast Cancer charity ball raises £20,000
PUBLISHED: 00:00 18 December 2018
Over 200 guests attended a glitzy ball at The Midland Hotel in Manchester in aid of the Prevent Breast Cancer charity.
Prevent Breast Cancer charity ball
Mark and Kath Wareing with Alison and Dean Bray. Kath and Alison are the organisers of the Ball
Mark and Jane Khaliq with Paul and Janine Ferguson and Iain and Jenny Davies
Scott and Lucy Evans
Peter Walmsley, Laura Bailey, Kate Bray and Oliver Wade
Nicola Brereton, Stacey Harris, Kath McKenzie and Charlotte Rowley
Jenny McGee (centre) with John McKenzie and Kath Wareing
Tom Wareing, Anna Nijaki, Hannah and Craig Southwick, Ela Muszynska, Peter Morrison, Erica Guthrie and Chris Bardsley
Tracey and Sindad Wright, Jane and Kate Butler
Katie McFarlane, Jane Butler, Lynne Smith, Nadine McNamara, Victoria Wood and Wendy Delaney
Tina Kelly and Ryan Johnson
John and Mandy Taylor with Naomi Hemmingway and Jonathan Taylor
Kieron and Jennie Smith with Karen and Ian Pilkington
Alison and Kate Bray
Kate Bray and Oliver Wade
Elaine and John Wilkinson, Christine and John Houldsworth and Anne and Ian Lloyd
Jenny and Ian Joyce with Pamela and Frank Smalley
Sarah Aaronson and Julie Greenlees
Sharon Camkin, Ruth Berry, Jenny Butterworth, Sally Lewcock and Michelle Dawes
Keith and Amanda Wolden with Susan and Luciano Crisci
Scott and Lucy Evans with Charlotte and Nick Paphitis
Tom Boardman, Adam Wills, Joe Reed and Darryl Halliday
Ian Broadhurst and Muriel Bray
The Regans; Joanne, Ruby, Lyndsay and Barbara
Kate McKenna, Sarah Ramsbottom, Beth Adams and Nikita Joshi
Lisa Massey, Michelle Thurn, Helen Foster and Chloe Schofield
Chris Dolan and Duncan Bradley
Big-hearted guests dug deep when they attended a glamorous black tie ball at The Midland Hotel in Manchester for Prevent Breast Cancer.
This charity is the only UK-based breast cancer charity funding ground-breaking research, which is solely aimed at preventing the disease for future generations.
The occasion was hosted by Alison Bray and Kath McKenzie who both worked for Greater Manchester Police, when Kath McKenzie was sadly diagnosed with breast cancer.
After receiving excellent treatment at Wythenshawe Hospital’s world-renwowned Nightingale Centre, Kath wanted to help the cause in some way.
The evening started with a lively drinks reception where jazz singer Rachel Abbott entertained guests as they arrived.
After a delicious three-course meal, guests took part in an auction and raffle where local business including bosses of The Midland Hotel, kindly donated prizes.
Those prizes included a helicopter ride, afternoon teas and a chance to drive an Audi TT for three days. The ball, which was attended by over 200 guests, raised an incredible £20,000 for the charity.