Pantomine brings out generous spirit

Kelly Blades, Kev Lawrence, Carole Hughes, Penny Hansen and Tracy Malcolmson at the cheque presentation

Kelly Blades, Kev Lawrence, Carole Hughes, Penny Hansen and Tracy Malcolmson at the cheque presentation

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Generous theatre-goers allowed staff at The Cresset to hand over a sizeable cheque worth over £1,630 last week.

The recipients were Global’s Make Some Noise, which helps disadvantaged children and young people across the UK.

The money was raised thanks to visitors who dug deep when coming to watch The Cresset’s pantomine, Aladdin.

One of the charities to benefit is Anna’s Hope which is dedicated to giving hope to children and young people diagnosed with a brain tumour.

Carole Hughes, who set up the charity with husband Rob following the tragic death of daughter Anna, is pictured in the middle alongside Heart FM DJ Kev Lawrence and Kelly Blades, Heart’s marketing co-ordinator.

Heart FM are supporting Global’s Make Some Noise charity work.

Also pictured are The Cresset’s Penny Hansen, commercial support manager, and Tracy Malcolmson, assistant reception and box office manager.