Local Businesses Help St Luke’s Hospice in Bollywood Night Success

Cheshire based companies joined forces to help St Luke’s Hospice raise over £3,500 last week at their themed Bollywood event at Peckforton Castle.

Middlewich based Bare Bones Marketing offered their services for free, to design the Bollywood themed tickets, programmes and posters.
Johnathan Clover of Cloverleaf Images based in Crewe, showed his support by providing some great shots of the night.

The event followed a black tie or traditional dress theme and everyone enjoyed a two course Indian inspired meal, followed by Bollywood dancers from dance group ‘Bollywood Burnout’, and a charity auction.

Emma Dalzell, owner of Bare Bones Marketing, attended on the night and says:
“We were delighted to be involved in helping raise money for such a great local charity. The night was a great way to highlight the important work that the hospice do and were happy to donate our services to help make the event such a success!”

 

Jessica Wilkes-Reading, fundraiser at St Luke’ Hospice who has built a strong relationship with both businesses said:
“The night was a great success, we were really happy to raise over £3,500, the support we have received from Bare Bones Marketing and Cloverleaf Images has been incredible and we are very grateful.”

 

Johnathan Clover of Cloverleaf Images commented:
“Offering to provide photography for the Bollywood night was a no brainer. The work that St Luke’s do is invaluable, and it was great to be able to capture the atmosphere on the night.”

All money raised will be going to help St Luke’s Hospice care for people in the mid and south Cheshire area suffering from cancer and other life threatening illnesses.

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Bollywood dancers from dance company ‘Bollywood Burnout’ and Jessica Wilkes-Reading who is a Corporate Fundraiser at St Luke’s.