Rolls Royce Apprentices Association Supports Bristol Mind by Charity Ball

Rolls Royce Apprentices Association supports Bristol Mind by charity ball
Earlier this year Bristol Mind were fortunate to be chosen by the Rolls Royce Apprentices Association as one of their charities of the year. Various activities have been staged culminating in a charity ball at the Marriot hotel in Bristol on November 25th . Nicola Rich (training Coordinator) and Tom Hore (Director) were invited by the organising committee as guests and Nicola gave a speech to the audience explaining the work of Bristol Mind and thanking them for their support. The evening was a great success, with a live band, magician and a charity auction run by a professional auctioneer, and over £4000 raised to be shared between Bristol Mind and CCS Adoption. Bristol Mind are very grateful for the generous support of the Rolls Royce Apprentices Association and particularly the ball organisers Jemma King, Stevie Gosling and Colin Field who created a fantastic event.

Jemma King, Nicola Rich, Stevie Gosling and Colin Field at the ball.