The Pink FAB Ball updates continue throughout as we show you more highlights of the evening.

The gorgeous Judith Burrows Director of award winning Company Jackloc – also a major sponsor of Glotime and The Last Station TV Series, looked stunning in her sparkling ball gown acquired from a ‘secret’ location designer outlet – but rest assured we will be seeking it out! Judith is also a recoverer from Breast Cancer and sadly lost her sister to the disease three years ago.   Judith and her beautiful sister Emma chatted to Thomas Brodie-Sangster who mingled among the guests.

aThomas Brodie-Sangster & Judith Burrows


Mike Mills from Castelli, another huge supporter of came along with his wife Karen. They thoroughly enjoyed the night, and are coming back next year with their table of guests and some surprise entertainment – all great company as they partied the night away and acquired some fabulous auction prizes.

FAB-1122Mike Mills & Karen Mills with Castelli guests


Mary Turner, the sculptress and puppeteer who created Lady Penelope herself with Sylvia was there looking elegant and unassuming as always, she had donated several items for auction, and was photographed alongside – from left to right Brenda Cuby,Paul Awcock, veteran movie star Joe Cuby, Dee Anderson, Mary Turner, DJ Mark Jeynes and puppet maker and artist Darryl Worbey.



Amanda Turofsky gave a moving speech about her experience with Breast Cancer and how the Charity had supported and helped her through from beginning to end. 1039Amanda Turofsky

The amazing Valerie Mowle who has worked alongside Sylvia and now Dee for more than thirty years was a big part of the evening, and made sure everything ran to plan with her incredible inter-personal skills.

1197Valerie Mowle & Dee Anderson


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