John Graeme, owner of Redline Specialist Cars, Staff Nurse Jude Viviesh and Emergency Nurse Practioner,  Clare Mugatroyd
John Graeme, owner of Redline Specialist Cars, Staff Nurse Jude Viviesh and Emergency Nurse Practioner,  Clare Mugatroyd

Emergency Department Ball racing towards the finish line

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Redline Racing in is supporting the Emergency Department fundraising ball later this month.

Staff Nurse Jude Viviesh and Emergency Nurse Practioner,  Clare Mugatroyd recently called into the Knaresborough showroom to pick up a cheque from John Graeme, owner of Redline Specialist Cars.

John Graeme said:

I decided to support that Ball as I have recent personal experience of the Emergency Department.

Some months ago I had to take my partner there and was impressed with how they were treated.

We also like to vary the local charities that we support and hopefully help inspire others to also support this one.

The Ball is being held on the 19 October 2018 and at Majestic Hotel. It’s open to all, from single to tickets to entire tables – tickets are £45 and there is still time to get a ticket.

For further details email hdftedfundraising@gmail.com

To buy tickets https://justaddtickets.co.uk/events/hallows-eve-ball-harrogate-emergency-dept/

For details on the event, including all the supporters https://hdftedball.wixsite.com/2018

To just make a donation www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/hdft-ed-ball

 




 

 


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