Find­ing par­adise

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The Am­bas­sador Suite at Formby Hall

Golf Re­sort and Spa was the set­ting for Rain­bow House’s an­nual ball. Cre­at­ing a par­adise set­ting, guests were greeted with a glass of fizz be­fore sit­ting down to a de­li­cious four course din­ner.

A high­light of the evening was a per­for­mance from the Par­adise Boys – 13 men who ac­cepted a chal­lenge to cre­ate a dance troupe to help raise fur­ther funds for the char­ity. There was also the op­por­tu­nity to bid on some fab­u­lous auc­tion prizes in­clud­ing a signed Antony Joshua box­ing glove, 1995 vin­tage Dom Perignon cham­pagne and an orig­i­nal Formby Beach water colour. Over £29,000 was raised from the event and will help the Mawdes­ley based char­ity in sup­port­ing chil­dren and young peo­ple with phys­i­cal and neu­ro­log­i­cal dis­abil­i­ties.

Ian and Ni­chola Taylor with Joanne and Andrew Stock­ell

Suzanne Higham, Naomi Wright, Sharon Tur­ley and Julie Mcdon­ald

Chris Kirkham, Si­mon Payne, Ian Taylor and Steve Wilkin­son

Ali­son Blair and Lind­say Car­ring­ton

Re­becca Lam­bert, Jenny Ga­van and Emma Lip­pit

Lisa Mad­di­son with spon­sor from TFS Luke Martin

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