The second Love Warrington After Hours took place last night (1st June) @ The Loft (above a la Turka) in Stockton Heath.
Founders of the Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Foundation; Colin & Wendy Parry, and Jonathan Levy (Donor Management and Fundraising) spoke about the charity’s history, the peace centre and it’s significant work in today’s world. From the door entry and raffle £85 was raised for the foundation; with prizes of a hamper and a meal for two at a la Turka.
More information on the charity can be found at http://foundation4peace.org/
The Loft above a la Turka offers an intimate and venue with an exclusive feel. Delicious Turkish & Mediterranean dishes from the restaurant are available, along with its own bar and comfy seating.
Various members of the business and charity community within Warrington attended including Gary Skentelbery; MD of Warrington Worldwide, Geoff Plass; Director of Aspire Computers, Lucy Jackman from Comma Sense, Lymm Hotel and St Roccos Hospice.
Love Warrington After Hours will be back 6-8pm 6th July; supporting St Roccos Hospice at a la Turka with admission £10 including welcome drink and food and raffle.
I myself have grown to Love Warrington over the past almost 7 years, and can see the town heading in a positive direction with the new Time Square Development, and a possible bid for UK Capital of Culture 2021 in the near future.
(my Love Warrington selfie)
(Gary Skentelbery with Colin & Wendy Parry)
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