The Joshua Tree, hosted a Ladies Lunch at Delamere Manor, Cuddington on Friday 25th November. The successful event raised £11,000 thanks to their huge generosity.
TV presenter, Bruce Turner entertained more the 70 guests to highlight the importance of the charity’s work and telling one family’s story about their 11 years old son’s incredible survival of one the rarest cancers in the world, a Malignant Rhabdoid tumour of the liver, and the support they still receive from The Joshua Tree.
Guests enjoyed a three-course meal and champagne reception while entertained by Beat Bandito followed by Robbie Williams tribute act, alongside fundraising games, a live auction, and raffle with fabulous prizes to be won.
Speaking about the event, Bruce said: “I thoroughly enjoyed attending The Joshua Tree Ladies’ Lunch for the second year running and helping tell the story of the vital work they do and helping to raise funds for families affected by the devastating impact of a childhood cancer diagnosis.”