Lord and Lady Fellowes are both Patrons of Brainwave which supports children with disabilities and additional needs in the North West and across the UK. The charity was also supported by local businesses who attended the evening, along with MC, John Stapleton and Brainwave Ambassador, Natalie Preston who spoke about how the charity has supported her for nearly 30 years.

Guests enjoyed the opportunity to dance the night away and raise vital funds for Brainwave. The money raised on the evening will help children with disabilities reach their potential through specialist therapy programmes.

Fundraising Manager, Joanne Freeman said

“We are delighted to have successfully run a live event, attended by over 200 guests and I’m so pleased that we raised funds for the charity and entertained our loyal donors. It was great to see our supporters face-to-face and we are so grateful for their support and donations received.”

The event was sponsored by CPM Engineering and Cavendish Nuclear. Guests who attended the ball included Sir Chris Hoy, Lord and Lady Fellowes, John Stapleton and the Brainwave Team.