Charity evening in Sutton raises £1,184

The Emma-Jayne Memorial Fund hosted a charity evening on Saturday night to raise funds for Ward 40, the neurosurgical unit at Hull Royal Infirmary. 'Pictured is Emma-Jayne Memorial Fund co-founders Ruth and Tony Knowles, pictured with the artists who performed on the night, Paul Mitchell, Stevie H, Kevin Morris, then Tony and Ruth with Sherry May and daughter Sophie May. EMN-150420-161940001
The Emma-Jayne Memorial Fund hosted a charity evening on Saturday night to raise funds for Ward 40, the neurosurgical unit at Hull Royal Infirmary. 'Pictured is Emma-Jayne Memorial Fund co-founders Ruth and Tony Knowles, pictured with the artists who performed on the night, Paul Mitchell, Stevie H, Kevin Morris, then Tony and Ruth with Sherry May and daughter Sophie May. EMN-150420-161940001

A charity evening hosted by the Emma-Jayne Memorial Fund has raised £1,184 for Ward 40, Neurosurgical Unit at Hull Royal Infirmary.

Co-founder of the memorial fund, Ruth Knowles said: “Myself and Tony would like to thank all of the artists that performed on the night, all those who attended the event and made it such a great night. Plus a special thank you goes out to Kevin Norris who came to support the evening, representing Hull Royal Infirmary.”