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The Movement Centre charity ball, Doubletree Hilton

PUBLISHED: 15:35 27 October 2011 | UPDATED: 20:12 20 February 2013

Philip and Fiona Evans

Philip and Fiona Evans

A glamorous black tie ball was held at the Doubletree Hilton in Chester in aid of The Movement Centre, a charity which helps children who are severely afflicted by cerebral palsy. PHOTOGRAPHY BY JOHN COCKS

A glamorous black tie ball was held at the Doubletree Hilton in Chester in aid of The Movement Centre, a charity which helps children who are severely afflicted by cerebral palsy.


The event, organised by Darren Mercer and Mercer and Associates Wealth Management raised a total of 20,000 for the charity.


Stuart Gillies, a trustee of The Movement Centre, explained: It was fantastic. 10,000 was raised on the night and St James Place, the wealth management organisation, very generously matched that with another 10,000. It was a great result.


Guests at the ball included Mercer clients and friends from related businesses like legal firms and high net worth individuals.


The Movement Centre, which is based in Shropshire, helps children severely disabled by cerebral palsy to gain improvement in their movement control.

PHOTOGRAPHY BY JOHN COCKS



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

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