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What: Charity Comedy Dinner. Where: Breakneck Comedy Club, Aberdeen. Who: The evening was hosted by SNIPEF Aberdeen & District Master Plumbers' Association and was very well attended by member firms, their colleagues and associates from across the north-east. The evening was opened by the association president, Bruce Will, who invited Kirsty Walker, of Charlie House, to receive a donation from the association. From there a three-course meal was served followed by entertainment from a variety of comedians including Gus Lymburn and Rory O'Hanlon.
Why: Aberdeen & District Master Plumbers' Association wanted to show their support and appreciation for the work Charlie House does by hosting an event to help raise both awareness of the charity and to raise funds. As well as a substantial PS5,000 donation from the organisation, a raffle on the night generated a further PS930 for the cause.
Paul Dey and Mark Low
Colin and Caroline McAuley with Carl Beasley Carolyn and Dave Forrest
Lauren McAuley and Duncan McCririck
Jean Toal and Brian Warrender
Leanne McIntosh, Kirsty Walker and Neil Foxcroft
Alan and Sheila Riddoch with Kay Sowerby and Michael Moir Gary and Sandra Smith
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|Publication:||The Press and Journal (Aberdeen,Scotland)|
|Date:||May 4, 2019|
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