Charity takes a bubbly approach; FUN LUNCH WITH SERIOUS AIM.
A CHARITY is hosting a lunch next week to raise money for professional people who have fallen on hard times.
The Warwickshire Elizabeth Finn Trust fund-raising committee is selling tickets for a champagne reception at the Falstaff Hotel, Warwick New Road, Leamington, on Wednesday, from noon.
The money raised will help people who have problems caused by accidents, disability, infirmity and old age.
House of Fraser staff from the cosmetics department will demonstrate hand massaging and give out cosmetic samples.
Helen Ambrey, regional co-ordinator of the trust, said: "This event is suitable for anyone who enjoys great food and fun and supporting a good cause.
"The trust helps 26 people from a professional background in Warwickshire who are struggling to cope on low incomes. This can include help with day-to-day living expenses, household equipment, home maintenance or costs towards a wheelchair or other disability aids."
To find out about the trust, or book tickets, phone 01663 749460.
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|Publication:||Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)|
|Date:||Jan 24, 2003|
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