Whalley cystic fibrosis sufferer is the inspiration behind Hallowe’en Ball

HALLOWEEN ... police are urged trick or treaters to consider others.
HALLOWEEN ... police are urged trick or treaters to consider others.

Don’t miss out on getting one of the last remaining tickets for a spooky bash that aims to raise funds for sufferers of cystic fibrosis.

The Hallowe’en Ball has been inspired by Whalley youngster Amelia Dickinson ( 12), who suffers from the life threatening chronic disease.

The event has been organised by Amelia’s parents Samantha and Symon, Amelia’s aunt Gail Bailey and their friend Siobhan Trickett.

It will be held at The Eagle at Barrow on Saturday October 26th with entertainment from a fantastic acoustic and vocal duo plus resident DJ.

Starting at 7 pm until 1 am, tickets cost £35 with all proceeds donated to the Cystic Fibrosis Trust.

The dress code is black tie and great prizes have already been donated for the raffle and silent auction from a host of local businesses. These include James Places, Coniston Hall, Sarah Layton’s Jewellers, of Whalley, Space NK, Oakhill Academy, Stanley House Hotel at Mellor and The Clifton Hotel at Lytham along with lots more.

The Swan Hotel at Whalley, Blackburn Chemicals Ltd, The Lancaster Foundation and Anderton Bosonnet estate agents have also kindly sponsored the event.

For a ticket contact Gail Bailey at gailbailey68@gmail.com or 07980743610.