Team Lewis Trust inaugural charity ball raises £9,500
PUBLISHED: 00:00 06 November 2018 | UPDATED: 11:02 06 November 2018
The charity Team Lewis Trust held their inaugural charity ball at the Britannia Stadioum, home of Stoke City.
Team Lewis Trust
Russell Bielby, Louise John and Nick John
Claire Westbrook, Sophie Sloane, Debbie Slater, Rebecca Poole and Bea Blakeman
Jenny Young, Elaine Young, Neil Young, Sarah Bielby, Anne Charlton and Russell Bielby
Chris Long, Martin Scott, Adrian Broomhall and Adam Goodhall
Pat Bainham, Karen Jones and Emma Groffin
Becky Mahmood, Kay Partridge and Rachel Tink
Karan Meadowcroft, Pasquale Nicosia, Gerald Dunn and Kerys Dunn
Adam Crossley, Eddie Hall and Susanne Crossley
Alison Redmond, Charles Redmond, Junny Chan and Terrance Pang
Asa Jones, James Draycott, Spencer Griffin and Ian Clay
Simon Bailey, Carrie Bailey, Rob Jenkins, Lucy Jenkins and Peter Ramsey
Grace Disney, Libby Marsden and Louie Muyler
The charity was set up last year in the memory of Lewis Crossley who passed away from a rare form of Leukaemia.
Having already raised £40,000 for the charity, this special event helped raise even more; £9500 towards this and much needed cause.
The evening was hosted by BBC Radio Stoke’s Liz Ellis and featured special guest Eddie Hall; the world’s strongest man who gave a short speech on meeting Lewis last year.
After a three-course meal, the evening was rounded off with a live band called Tailor and Co. The four trustees, Adam and Susanne Crossley, Sarah Bielby and Julie Disney, along with others all helped to put on a successful evening.