The Wellspring Ball, The Airport Inn, Wilmslow
PUBLISHED: 00:00 27 February 2019
The Airport Inn in Wilmslow was the venue for a glitzy evening of entertainment to raise funds for The Wellspring homeless charity.
The Wellspring Ball
Celia Fletcher, Simone Fletcher, George Moss, Katrina Edwards, Gary Skyner and Catherine Taylor-Dawson
Diane Lenihan, Karon Holmes, Kate Cuddy, Sharon Forster, Lesley Barker, Val O'Brien and Annie Mills
George Moss, Simone Fletcher, Celia Fletcher, David Fletcher and Mary Hammond
Liz Dooley, Andrew Dooley, James Bell and Margaret Ross
Jason Moss, Hannah Moss, Simone Fletcher, George Moss, Jake Andrews and Sophia Moss
Jacqui Quinn and David Quinn
Michael Gatoff, Joyce Gatoff, Ann Cooke, Mike Cooke and Sunita Jha-Sarkar
Clare Brown, Kate Pierpoint, Nicky Saks and Catherine Taylor-Dawson
Kate Ellis, Jane Hall, Diana Taylor-Dawson, Richard Evans and Catherine Taylor-Dawson
Sharon Forster, Lesley Barker, George Moss, Simone Fletcher, Paul Cuddy, Kate Cuddy, Annie Mills and Val O'Brien
Russell Wood and Harriet Wood
Simone Fletcher and Sunita Jha-Sarkar
Simone Fletcher, Katie Parker and Maxine Myers
George Moss, David Fletcher and Simone Fletcher
Paul Lander and Hayley Ashcroft
David Fletcher and Mary Hammond
Vivienne Murray, Janet Murphy, Chris Murphy, Michelle O'Neil and Hayley Murray-Pritchard
Nicola Billings, Jonathan Billings (CEO The Wellspring), Simone Fletcher and George Moss
Charlotte Emily Lee Evangelinou, George Moss (Organiser), Clo Jackson, Simone Fletcher (Organiser), Reece Towell, Ella Thompson, Emily Pollitt, Charlie Bridge
Faiza Farah and Amira Fahmos
Organisers Símonè Fletcher and George Moss, from Mobberley, raised £1,055 at the event for the Stockport-based charity which provides services for the homeless and disadvantaged people 365 days a year.
The evening began with a drinks reception followed by a three-course meal. Guests were then treated to a performance from singer Catherine Taylor-Dawson while Gary Skyner, who was the second person in the UK to be born disabled due to the drug Thalidomide, provided the laughter with his comedy set.
The evening was George and Símonè’s first event and they were thrilled that it was such a huge success.