QualitySolicitors Bradbury Roberts & Raby was delighted to be able to donate champagne prizes for Charity Ball & Dinner, at the Wortley Hotel, Scunthorpe, on 17 November 2017 in support of people living with dementia.
The event has been organised by Dr Pat Frankish, Director of Pat Frankish Psychology Service in Kirton Lindsey to raise funds for Peggy’s World CiC (including the Admiral Nurse service) and Scunthorpe MacMillan.
Charity Ball & Dinner details (download the poster at the side of this page)
Time: Arrival 7pm, for 7.30pm - 12 midnight.
Date: Friday, 17 November 2017.
Venue: Wortley House Hotel, Scunthorpe, North Lincolnshire.
Entertainment: Live music form Benny Martino & The Flaming Martinis; Auction & Raffle.
Tickets: only £35 each
Contact: Telephone Artemis House, on 01652 648335.
Pat is keen to recognise the support Macmillan has given to clients and fundraise for Peggy’s World CiC, in order to develop specialist support for families living with dementia; the whole family network can be affected throughout the progression of the disease.
The Admiral Nurse currently is a sponsored position by Amara Care and Dr Pat Frankish Psychology Services and offers support and specialist advice to people close to those living with dementia. Pat owns a model of care which includes emotional development and recognises the need of a sense of belonging and “family” for people to be the best they can be.
Admiral Nurse, Tilly Brock said:
“It’s wonderful that local businesses support these two valuable resources for families at times of need, and many thanks to Clare, and also Debbie, from Quality Solicitors in Scunthorpe for their kind donation and also assistance in promoting the event.”
Clare Appleyard, Practice Manager at QualitySolicitors Bradbury Roberts & Raby added:
"The Firm is delighted to donate two bottles of champagne to the raffle, the revenue of which will go towards supporting someone and their family in the local community with dementia care."
Pat provides much support to her community by writing or editing for journals with a specialist in Disability Psychotherapy and is a church reader, warden and treasurer for her local church. She is also a Town Councillor and previous Mayor, Chair of Governors for Huntcliff School, Town Hall Trustee, Member of Kirton Lindsey Amateur Garden Club (KLAGS) and Chair of Kirton in Bloom. Despite this she's often seen clearing the flower beds in Kirton, so is clearly a master of multi-tasking!