Somewhere over Rainbow88 – Action For Sick Children

12 Dec 2016

Cheshire based children’s charity Action for Sick Children are celebrating the success of the “ Somewhere Over the Rainbow88” fund-raising evening which has raised a staggering £1,660 for the cause.

Rainbow88, the popular Cheadle Hulme Chinese restaurant hosted the evening, with entertainment from Stockport-based comedy drag duo ‘ Let Loose Ladies’, along with a ‘cast of volunteers’ dressed as Dorothy, Tin Man, Cowardly Lion, Scarecrow and the Wicked Witch from The Wizard of Oz.

Denise Marsh, a facilitator with the charity and organizer of the event said: “Our host and owner of Rainbow88 Linda Lam and her staff were wonderful as always! ‘Let Loose Ladies’ put on a fantastic show which had the audience in stitches, whilst the cast of volunteers created a great atmosphere. The whole evening was full of fun, laughter and dancing!

Action for Sick Children - Rainbow88

“Everyone was in high spirits and a grand total of £1,660 was raised through ticket sales, raffle, auction and cash donations.

Action for Sick Children Chief Executive Val Jackson, who attended the evening with members of the charity staff at the fund-raising event said:

“It was a marvellous evening that was enjoyed by all. The food was wonderful, the entertainment was hilarious and the support shown to our charity by the team from Rainbow88 and many members of the audience was heart-warming.

“The funds raised at events like this are crucial to our work and are used for the benefit of sick children. A huge thank you to everyone involved!”

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