Thurlby Motors drives £1,200 into LIVES charity pot

The first Thurlby Motors charity ball took place at Kenwick Park Hotel in Louth and has raised in excess of �1,200 for LIVES Medics and First Responders. Pictured is Thurlby Motors chairman Richard Walsh, 'LIVES fundraising & marketing manager Steve Hyde and Thurlby Motors group accountant Gail Smith., EMN-140919-120221001
The first Thurlby Motors charity ball took place at Kenwick Park Hotel in Louth and has raised in excess of �1,200 for LIVES Medics and First Responders. Pictured is Thurlby Motors chairman Richard Walsh, 'LIVES fundraising & marketing manager Steve Hyde and Thurlby Motors group accountant Gail Smith., EMN-140919-120221001
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The first annual Thurlby Motors charity ball has driven £1,200 towards the LIVES Medics and First Responders charity pot.

The ball that was held at Kenwick Park Hotel in Louth was sponsored by Evolution Funding, Scotts Trading, LDD Group, Barclays and Thurlby Motors.

The ball saw friends, family and colleagues join forces to raise money, as well as improve awareness for LIVES Medics and First Responders.

A totally voluntary service, LIVES depends upon the support of the people of Lincolnshire and local businesses to fund their organisation.

The evening commenced with a superb three course meal, followed by an auction and raffle which attracted lively bidding for a number of top quality lots including a Flying Lesson courtesy of The POM Flying Club and Lincolnshire Showground joint annual memberships. To conclude the evening, six-piece band Groove Town performed a series of pieces from their extensive repertoire.

Group Marketing Manager Anderlea Butters said: “As a business Thurlby Motors have supported LIVES for many years and are absolutely thrilled to have raised additional funds for the charity through what has proven to be a very successful and enjoyable event.”

Pictured is Thurlby Motors chairman Richard Walsh, LIVES fundraising and marketing manager Steve Hyde and Thurlby Motors group accountant Gail Smith.