The Prince’s Trust ‘Lunch with an Old Bag’ fundraiser, Harrogate
PUBLISHED: 00:00 18 July 2016
Some of Yorkshire’s most glamorous and influential women came together for the first ‘Lunch with an Old Bag’ fundraiser, held in aid of The Prince’s Trust.
Lunch with an Old Bag
Zoe Mulvenna of The Prince's Trust with designer bags for auction
The committee front row left to right, Julie Dyson, Vicky Lishman-Peat,Emma Hough, Sharon Earle, Heather Lewis, Back row left to right, Lindsay Macdonald, Emma Winney, Louise Harley, Vicki Shortt, Amanda Limbert, Ruth Winterbottom
Roohi Collins, Sue Stones, Virginia Clegg, Lucinda Peters
Beverley Burrows, Nicki Cohen, Sam Waters
Jennifer Wood, Ellie Wade
Nicola Bayne, Susie Manning, Sarah Johnson
Shireen Long, Sylvie Gale
Katherine Compton, Ella Atkinson, Roz Taylor
Ellie Gembles, Claire Addy, Denise Davis, Michelle McCracken, Rachael Bremnath
Sally Jenkins, Jacqui Simpson, Polly Staveley, Laura Harte
Caroline Pullich, Michael Devlin, Karen Swainston
Susie Manning, Nicola Bayne, Sarah Johnson
The event at the Sun Pavilion in Harrogate, raised £30,000 which goes directly towards supporting disadvantaged young people in Yorkshire and the Humber.
An auction included much sought-after designer bags from Mulberry, Givenchy, Saint Laurent and Alexander McQueen.
In addition to exclusive handbags, guests also bid for auction lots including a luxury holiday to Barbados and a specially designed hat by Annabel Allen Milinery. Diners were also treated to entertainment by singer Ruby MacIntosh who was helped by The Prince’s Trust to start her singing career.