MISS North Cumbria will be hosting a series of charity nights to raise money for a cause close to her heart.
Roseanne Reed-Brough, 27, from Great Orton, will kick off a series of charity activities with the ‘ultimate charity evening and dinner’ at the Andalucian on July 7 – with all funds raised for cancer research and the Alex’s wish.
“Cancer research is a close charity for me, as my father passed away from lung cancer at the end of 2019. One in two of us will have some form of cancer in our lifetime, so I think it’s really important to raise not only vital funds for research with this, but awareness to save lives as well. Especially cervical cancer in women – young women in particular,” he said. she stated.
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Members of the public are invited to get involved in what will be a spectacular evening, as the night will host an exclusive fashion show by Carols Bridal Boutique showcasing ‘second-hand clothes’ as well as live music by the talented Kyle Newrick and others.
The mother-of-three, who was in the Miss Great Britain final last year and will be competing again this year, said everyone was welcome and that “their support would mean the world” to her.
Tickets are priced at £45 and include a two-course meal, free drink plus wine on the table in addition to the nightly events – and can be purchased through Andalucian and also available through Eventbrite.
“My aim is to reach £10,000 for charity before October. It won’t stop there though; I love events and it’s something I will continue to do for great causes. I have participated in the Pretty Muddy Race For Life event last month and raised nearly £500 which was a great start to my reign as Miss North Cumbria,” she said.
Roseanne, who has been involved in pageantry since the age of 17, thanked Andalucia owner and her team, Tracey Bowman, for all their help in organizing the event and the involvement of other businesses along the way.
Miss North Cumbria will host further events with the Andalusian ahead of the Miss Great Britain final in October, including an afternoon tea with live music and a wine and cheese tasting evening.
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