The Prince’s Trust’s 2018 diamond ball, St George’s Hall, Liverpool
PUBLISHED: 00:00 22 January 2019
Guests dressed to impress at The Prince’s Trust’s annual diamond ball at the historic St George’s Hall in Liverpool.
Prince's Trust Diamond Ball
Ray and Kate Eugeni with Corrina and Mike Gould
Peadar and Lindsey O'Reilly
Chris and Karen Caffrey
Laura Hough and Katy Longman
Angela Duffy with Steve and Ceri Sharrock
Daniel, Jacqui and Julia Currie
Beth Ayers, Martin Sutton, Lauren King, Mark and Natalie Sunderland
Louise Sanders and Syreeta Linsley
Ian and Sally Jones with Corrina and Michael Gould
Andrea Yule, Helen Wheeler, Laura Middleton and Charlotte Lees
John Tallon, Melanie Heald, Marise Tallon and Daniel Heald
Ray and Rita Parr with Damian and Andree Lynch
Joan McCarthy, Gina Cabaliere, Ceri Scullion and Samantha Kassam
Lee and Marie Charnley with Julia and Stephen Lewis
Ian Tempest, Lisa Butler, Andy Nichol, Ciara Sweeney and Lee Charnley
Gemma Welch, Adam Green, Jenny and Phil Welch
Simon Brock with Christie Pomford, Emily Ingram and Siobhan Crinson
Matthew Kennedy and Aimee Benmayor
Adam Lowe, Leah Dottie, Abi Inglis, Abby Raucher and Luke Roberts
Phil Smith, Kingsley Thornton, Katherine Bromwell, Shannon Massey, Lacy Grimes and Alex Dunwoody
Diane Berry, Paul Taylor, Kathryn and Richard Brown, Phill and Vivienne Dalton
The Diamond Ball Committee members, Steve Sealey and Mike Fletcher with Karen Lewis
Richard Potter and Sinead Hanley
Guests were treated to a Laurent-Perrier champagne reception and a four-course dinner. MOBO and BRIT award-winner Lemar topped the bill at the event, performing all his biggest hits and was joined by singer songwriter Scott Chapman and the tribute band The Cavern Beatles.
A diamond ring donated by David M Robinson jewellers was raffled and won by one very lucky guest. The evening raised an enormous £100,000 for The Prince’s Trust which goes towards helping thousands of disadvantaged young people across the region into work, training or education. Now in its 15th year, this prestigious event has raised more than £1 million for the charity.
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