Shannon Bradshaw Trust

Ex-Atomic Kitten singing sensation Kerry Katona lends her popular personality and celebrity status to supporting the ‘Shannon Bradshaw Trust’ during a Ladies Night Charity Event in Warrington, Cheshire.

The previous winner of “I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here” has been a passionate Patron of the charity which was established by Alan and Patti Bradshaw who lost their daughter Shannon Bradshaw to the rare blood disorder, Aplastic Anaemia.

Kerry strongly supports the work of the charity from its inception due to her close links with the family as a local girl and a mother who keenly commits to the worthy cause.

She humbly stated her emotive reasons for her continual involvement that provides family support to those children with life-threatening diseases: “Being a mother myself, it’s heart-breaking…it’s something I could only ever imagine.”

The mother of four shares in the family’s dedication to the organization where she makes regular appearances to raise the profile: “Especially since I became a mother, I thought if the only thing I could ever do is to use my status to support the charity. It’s such a rare illness and the more people know about it, the better.”

Ladies Night was a sold out event with the proceeds going towards the Trust’s ventures such as ‘Caravan re-Treat’ which allows families confined to hospital wards the opportunity to have a break. Kerry has managed to maintain her presence throughout the years, adding her name to the charity.

The evening also included a lavish two-course meal and a raffle of Anne Summers titillating. Two other acts which lend their services to this and other charity events.UK HotBoys, formerly British Chippendales, featured their erotic brand of entertainment to a feverishly excited audience and Warrington up and coming recording artist Josh Mathur who is signed to Blue Vine Records serenaded the ladies for about 20 mins.


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