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Annual Ball 

Our Annual Ball will be held on Saturday 27th July 2019 at The Village Hotel Warrington at 6.45pm!

DAVID ALACEY’S RAT PACK ARE BACK!
FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY,
FRANK, SAMMIE AND DEAN ARE COMING TO THE VILLAGE HOTEL!

*Arrive from 6.45pm to a Drinks Reception
*followed by a lovely 3 course dinner with tea/coffee afterwards
*Live entertainment from the rat pack tribute
-Sammie Davis junior, Dean Martin & Mr Frank Sinatra. (From Scott Jordan entertainment)
*A raffle – on every table will be envelopes a minimum of £5 donation. (Please give generously)
*Disco.

Your host for the evening is
‘Mr Pete Pinnington
from
‘PETE PINNINGTON PRESENTS’

Your Dress code for the evening:

*Black tie/Evening dress

**Tickets £50pp or a table of ten for £450**

About The Shannon Bradshaw Trust

After experiencing first hand the effects of having a child with a life-threatening condition and the trauma felt by the whole family, Patti and Alan Bradshaw wanted to help other children and their families who sadly found themselves in similar situations.

Since 2002 the Shannon Bradshaw Trust has been raising money through fundraising events which have helped many sick children and their families throughout the North West. See more about our aims and objectives

Shannons Story

In February 2002 doctors at Alder Hey Hospital, Liverpool, diagnosed Shannon as having a life threatening condition Aplastic Anaemia. She had just turned 7, before that she had been a happy, healthy little girl.

After being told a bone marrow transplant was her only hope of a cure, but with no suitable donor on the register, her aunt Jackie organised Blood Donor clinics throughout the North West. This resulted in almost 7000 people registering with the Anthony Nolan Trust, an organisation specialising in matching patients with suitable bone marrow donors. Unfortunately, by the time a perfect match was found Shannon was too ill to have the life-saving operation and sadly, on the 17 July 2002, just 5 short months after first diagnosis, Shannon lost her very brave battle.

  • Short Break Holiday’s
  • Fundraising for specific items
  • Wheelchairs
  • Special Needs Bike Trailers
  • Support for families
  • Aplastic Anaemia
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