Hospice on lookout for ladies day stall holders
FUNDRAISERS at St. Joseph's
urging stall holders to book their space at this year's Spring Ladies Day, on
Sunday, 14 May 2017.
Ladies from across Merseyside will gather at Formby Hall Golf Club for o1 of the
Hospice's biggest charity fundraisers; an afternoon packed full of
entertainment, shopping and pampering along with a delicious 3 course
lunch and a disco.
Mini pamper treatments will be available from only ₤5 and the Hospice is also
looking for a range of stalls to sell a variety of gifts and treats.
Stalls at the event cost ₤40 and sponsorship packages are available from as
little as ₤100.
St. Joseph's Hospice is a registered charity, providing end of life nursing care
to adult patients from across Liverpool, Sefton, Knowsley and West Lancashire.
Laura Smith, Fundraiser at St Joseph's Hospice, said:- "Our Spring Ladies
Day is a fantastic event when hundreds of local women come together to have a
great time while supporting the important work of the Hospice. We have a number
of stall slots still available and we'd love to hear from anyone who would like
to book a table to sell their products. Events like this really make a
difference as they enable us to continue providing excellent, specialist end of
life care to members of our local community."
To reserve your stall, sponsor the event or buy a ticket, call Laura on:- 0151
932 6026 or send an
email. Or you can even book online by
Formby's Co-Op dress up for
HELEN Horsley and her Super Hero Team,
at Formby's Co-Op, on Queen's
Road, have been raising funds for charity this week,
s they celebrate the Co-Op's achievements of raising over ₤9 million for
charities, through membership. Out of this, local causers in Formby area have
received ₤9,896.00 and counting. This store collection, on 19 April was in aid
of the Formby
CVS / Luncheon
Club, on Rosemary Lane, within the Formby
Whiteness appeal following burglary at Gusto Southport
MERSEYSIDE Police are appealing for
witnesses after a burglary at the Gusto restaurant on Lord Street, Southport,
over the Bank Holiday weekend, 16 April 2017. The 2 offenders broke into
the premises overnight, on Easter Sunday and stole a quantity of wine.
CCTV images have been recovered which Police are currently examining as part of
the investigation. Merseyside Police have also confirmed that they are
also investigating an earlier burglary at the restaurant, that happened on 4
April 2017, when a quantity of alcohol was taken after a forced entry into the
Local Police Inspector Graham Fisher said:- "I would
appeal for anybody who can help us with this investigation to come forward.
A thriving business community is vital to the Town and we will do our utmost to
bring to justice criminals who target the people who are simply trying to go
about their daily business and serve their community."
information can call:- 101 or the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously
and for free on:- 0800 555 111.