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The Pointing Dog charity dinner in aid of Francis House Children’s Hospice.

PUBLISHED: 17:47 28 December 2015 | UPDATED: 17:47 28 December 2015

Rachel Astill (Fundraising manager for Francis House Childen's Hospice) and dad, Neil Astill (a volunteer) and the event organiser, Jenny Kershaw (Manager of The Pointing Dog)

Rachel Astill (Fundraising manager for Francis House Childen's Hospice) and dad, Neil Astill (a volunteer) and the event organiser, Jenny Kershaw (Manager of The Pointing Dog)

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The Pointing Dog in Cheadle Hulme hosted a charity dinner in aid of Francis House Children’s Hospice.

Guests were treated to a glass of fizz on arrival, followed by a five course meal and lively music from The Retrosettes. A raffle raised £1,000 for the Didsbury-based hospice which cares for very sick children and their families.

Jenny Kershaw, event organiser and manager of the Pointing Dog, said: ‘I had always wanted to do a charity event. After hearing about Francis House I thought they were an amazing charity and would be great to raise money for. It was a really good evening and everyone enjoyed themselves.’

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