Bromley Charity Ball Success

Our annual Charity Ball at Oakley House, Bromley has raised £16,688 for children with cerebral palsy and mobility problems.

209 guests enjoyed a three-course dinner in Oakley’s banqueting suite accompanied by table magic from award winning magician Sam Fuller followed by live music, a raffle and an auction. Guests included former English rugby union player Mick Skinner, Trustees of Freddie Farmer Foundation Di Spicer, Sheron McMillan and her husband Terry, and treasurer Michael J Ash.

Prizes, including a four-ball voucher from London Golf Club, were donated by businesses from Bromley and further afield.

Based in Bromley, Freddie Farmer Foundation provides high quality specialised physiotherapy and support services for children with cerebral palsy and mobility problems, as well as providing support for their families and carers.