Festive fundraiser in the Cotswolds raises over £1,600 for Children’s Air Ambulance
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas in the Cotswolds, where a networking group held a festive drinks and nibbles event at the Lygon Arms in Broadway – raising more than £1,600 for our charity!
Local business owners Ruby Edwards, from You Do Better PR, and Peter Heming, managing director of the Heming Group, joined together to help boost trade in the area and host a monthly networking group – Cotswold Business Connections – over breakfast in Broadway.
Community Fundraising Executive from the Children’s Air Ambulance, Anna Phillips said: “We are thrilled to have such great support for our charity.
“The national lifesaving service we provide to critically ill babies and children in need of an urgent transfer to a specialist paediatric intensive care unit is absolutely vital.
“We’re always looking for more companies nationwide to work with and this event has given us a great opportunity to raise awareness and meet new contacts.”
Erika Steward, director at the Lygon Arms, said: “We were excited to participate in the recent event which supported the Children’s Air Ambulance and are delighted by the amount raised for this extremely worthwhile charity.
“The local community is of paramount importance to the hotel and we were very pleased to be able to contribute towards such a wonderful cause”.
Hosted monthly at The Swan, the breakfast meeting aims to introduce local professional contacts to each other throughout the Cotswolds in an informal and friendly atmosphere.