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Fall Woman boutique Knutsford ladies luncheon, Mere Court Hotel

PUBLISHED: 16:10 03 November 2011 | UPDATED: 20:14 20 February 2013

Catherine Tweedie, Margaret Graham and Margaret Waterhouse

Catherine Tweedie, Margaret Graham and Margaret Waterhouse

Stylish fashion from Fall Woman boutique in Knutsford took centre stage at a ladies luncheon at the Mere Court Hotel.

Stylish fashion from Fall Woman boutique in Knutsford took centre stage at a ladies luncheon at the Mere Court Hotel.


Kate Clarkson from Get Ahead Hats showed off her headgear and renowned musician Richard Pettit played the guitar, free of charge. The event was organised to raise money to boost Myeloma UKs funds for research and to help those already diagnosed with this form of cancer.

Kate Martin-Bird told Cheshire Life: I was diagnosed with myeloma two years ago and have undergone a stem cell transplant. So far it seems to have been successful. I have not been promised a cure. My intention for holding the lunch was to raise funds for research and to help those already diagnosed with myeloma. Not everyone can be treated with a successful outcome.

Fiona MacLellan from Myeloma UK said: Kate did a tremendous job and raised 3,000 from this event and what is more impressive is that she organised this event by herself.


Stylish fashion from Fall Woman boutique in Knutsford took centre stage at a ladies luncheon at the Mere Court Hotel.

Kate Clarkson from Get Ahead Hats showed off her headgear and renowned musician Richard Pettit played the guitar, free of charge.

The event was organised to raise money to boost Myeloma UKs funds for research and to help those already diagnosed with this form of cancer.

Kate Martin-Bird told Cheshire Life: I was diagnosed with myeloma two years ago and have undergone a stem cell transplant. So far it seems to have been successful. I have not been promised a cure. My intention for holding the lunch was to raise funds for research and to help those already diagnosed with myeloma. Not everyone can be treated with a successful outcome.

Fiona MacLellan from Myeloma UK said: Kate did a tremendous job and raised 3,000 from this event and what is more impressive is that she organised this event by herself.



The print version of this article appeared in the November 2011 issue of Cheshire Life

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