Cheshire children’s charity, The Children’s Adventure Farm Trust, is bringing 1950’s magic to The Mere on 11th June for their 10th annual ladies lunch event. The theme is the Fabulous 50’s, and this year the charity is hoping to break all records Last year saw 350 ladies enjoying an afternoon of luxury, pampering and fun and raised an amazing £36,000.
The event will be hosted by the inimitable Paul Sleem who will keep guests entertained throughout a day of fun and fundraising. They will be joined by celebrity guests and charity Patrons.
A luxurious drinks reception will launch the event in style at 10.30am, guests will then be invited to shop ‘til they drop at the many stalls on offer. They will also be treated to pampering sessions, demonstrations and give-aways.CAFT staff (L to R) Helen Crowther, Marie Molnar, Rachel Robinson, Andrea Quigley, Jenny O’Hare, Pippa Watton, Peta Green and Julie Gray.
And that’s just the start. The event will provide non-stop entertainment, including the vocal delights of crooner Andy Ellison, a grand raffle and auction and many other surprises and treats along the way. The ladies will be kept well fed with a delicious 2 course meal and each will go away with a luxury goodie bag full of treats.
Tickets are on sale for £49 – call Julie Gray, at CAFT on 01565 830 053 or email Julie at Julie@caft.co.uk Julie.
To learn more about the charity and its events call 01565 830 053, or visit www.caft.co.uk