St Ann’s Hospice charity lunch, Mere Golf Resort and Spa

PUBLISHED: 00:00 20 February 2015

Pat Loftus, Jayne Bessant, Eamonn O'Neal, Linzi Prescott and Paul Sculthorpe

Pat Loftus, Jayne Bessant, Eamonn O'Neal, Linzi Prescott and Paul Sculthorpe

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A Lunch for St Ann’s.

The Mere table – David Lloyd (Captain, Mere 2014), Mark Boler (CEO, Mere), Chris Clempner, Gary Corbett (Chairman, Mere), Jon Gallagher, Harry Lloyd (President, Mere 2014) and John DowdThe Mere table – David Lloyd (Captain, Mere 2014), Mark Boler (CEO, Mere), Chris Clempner, Gary Corbett (Chairman, Mere), Jon Gallagher, Harry Lloyd (President, Mere 2014) and John Dowd

Leading figures from the world of sport and business gathered at the Mere Golf Resort and Spa for a special lunch in aid of St Ann’s Hospice in Sale.

The event was organised by Pat Loftus, Vice Chairman of Deloitte, and raised £13,000 for the charity where his mother was a volunteer for many years.

Guests of honour was Linzi Prescott, wife of the former St Helens Rugby League player Steve, who died just over a year ago after a seven-year battle with a rare form of stomach cancer.

Pat said: ‘St Ann’s has cared for several of my close friends and I’d like to thank the business community for rallying round such a great cause. The hospice helps people with life-limiting illnesses and Steve was an inspiration to us all despite suffering from such a serious condition.’

Photography by Dominic Salter

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