A ladies day hosted during an Aberdeen hotel lifted an implausible volume of income for a children’s hospice charity.
Women dug low during a eventuality hold during a Marcliffe Hotel final week, to lift £56,971 for Children’s Hospices Across Scotland (CHAS).
Scottish Singer Michelle McManus hosted a fifth annual event, where guest enjoyed a two-course meal, live song and an auction.
Items on offer enclosed a Bali beach front palace for 7 nights, a Pittodrie private box and a drifting doctrine in Perthshire.
Bruce Edmond, graphic with Michelle McManus, who mislaid his son Jack during a age of two, spoke during a eventuality about how a gift helped him and his family.
Diane Alton, events co-ordinator during CHAS said: “Aberdeen folk are notoriously illusory supporters of CHAS and always get entirely behind a fundraising efforts.
“We’re so beholden for their munificence and but them, we could not lift a critical supports indispensable to yield these hospice services, that children and families opposite Scotland rest so heavily on.
“Three children die of a life-shortening condition each week in Scotland, and during present, we’re usually reaching one of those families.
“Our aspiration is to strech each singular one and offer a services, and events like a Aberdeen Ladies Lunch are so critical in assisting us lift recognition of a work.”