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Purple Ball of Hope: Raising awareness of pancreatic cancer

Eighteen months ago, Jan Lord from Guide Bridge MOT promised her mum that she would try to make a difference to the awareness of funding for pancreatic cancer.

Purple Ball of Hope for Pancreatic Cancer

Seven months ago, Jan had a dream and acted upon it. She decided to host an event, called ‘Purple Ball of Hope‘, which would be a formal ball held at The Village Hotel in Ashton Moss on the 12th of April 2014.

Jan Lord Purple Ball of Hope
Jan Lord’s Purple Ball of Hope raises £6,266 for Pancreatic Cancer Research

The event was an amazing success raising £6266 for pancreatic cancer, £1266 over the target of £5000! We would like to say congratulations to Jan and her team for putting on such a brilliant event for a wonderful cause.

AsOne’s Tracey and Joel attended the Purple Ball of Hope and said that they had a fantastic time, also stating that it was very well planned and everything looked and was brilliant.

Tracey added, “Joel and I have known Jan and her family at Guide Bridge MOT for a number of years, we were delighted to help and show our support by creating the website to promote the event and raise awareness of Pancreatic Cancer UK.”

 

“I’m overwhelmed by the generosity of my friends, family, work colleagues, networking contacts, local businesses etc. the list just goes on and on and I THANK YOU ALL SO MUCH I couldn’t have done this without you…” – Jan Lord

Purple Ball of Hope will be returning in 2015!

The date for next year will be announced shortly, so if you would like to do it all again, bookings will be taken as soon as everything is sorted. If you didn’t get the chance to attend this year, you will have had a great time so why not book for 2015!

Keep up to date with the Purple Ball of Hope by following them on Twitter or liking the page on Facebook.