Midsummer Merriment in the Chew Valley raises £7,800 for hospice

A summer ball by the Chew Valley Fundraising Group has raised thousands for the St Peter’s Hospice Room to Care Appeal.

Guests at the Midsummer Merriment Ball were delighted at Bishop Sutton Hall’s transformation into a twinkling ballroom with splendid table vases of greenery, butterflies and lights, expressing the theme of ‘woodland wonder’.

Delicious food was provided by Chew Kitchen and entertainment by local musician Millena. A fantastic auction and raffle were hosted by GP, comedian and BBC broadcaster Dr Phil Hammond, boosting the fundraising total and making the evening one to remember.

The money raised will help St Peter’s Hospice complete the redevelopment of its Inpatient Unit, enabling the hospice to provide better care to more patients in North Somerset, Bristol and South Gloucestershire over the next twenty years.

Chew Valley Ball

The Chew Valley Fundraising Group would like to thank sponsors Angel Interiors and Debbie Fortune, along with our generous prize donors, including Somerset Toiletries, Chew Valley Trees, The Tobacco Factory, Chew Kitchen, Wild Bunch, Majestic Wines, Beauty Patch, Chew Valley Wellbeing, Beauty Cabin, Holt Farm, Jacqui Cozens and The Cowshed.

Many thanks also go to residents in the Chew Valley who have supported and encouraged the group over the past eleven years.

To find out more about the Room to Care Appeal visit roomtocare.co.uk or to join a local fundraising group visit stpetershospice.org/fundraising-groups.

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