Anniversary gala ball

October 27 2017

A GALA Ball raised £10,000 for the brain injury charity Headway Bristol, which is based at Frenchay Hospital.

A GALA Ball raised £10,000 for the brain injury charity Headway Bristol, which is based at Frenchay Hospital.

The anniversary event had a sporting theme, and was supported by event rider Polly Williamson, who suffered a brain injury, rugby referee Ed Morrison, whose son Scott died following a brain injury, and  regional TV reporter Will Glennon, who also received support from Headway Bristol after he was injured.

A spokesman for the charity thanked supporters including Clarke Willmott, Irwin Mitchell, Metcalfes Solicitors, the Frenchay Brain Injury Rehab Unit, also known as BIRU (the Huntercombe Group), Novum Law, VWV, Osborne Clark, Thompsons Solicitors, New Law, Co-Op Legal Services, Enable Law, BBC Bristol, Sky News, Guildhall Chambers, St. Johns Chambers, and St. James’ Place.