Tom Brake MP hits dance floor at Mayor’s Annual Charity Gala Dinner

Tom Brake MP joined other dancers on the dance floor at the end of the Mayor of Sutton’s Annual Charity Gala Dinner at the Grange Restaurant in Beddington Park last Thursday night to support the Sutton Carers Centre and Sutton Women’s Centre.

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Fortunately, no photos are available of Tom’s Dad’s dance moves.

To raise money at the Gala, there was a silent auction and raffle for guests to participate in giving to the charities. The Grange very generously donated the cost of the dinner to the charities.

Tom Brake MP said:

“Charities like Sutton Carers Centre and the Sutton Women’s Centre play a vital role in supporting some of the most vulnerable members of our community. I had a fantastic time at the gala and would highly recommend residents take part in future events.

“I congratulate our Mayor, Jean Crossby, for the support she has given to these great organisations.’’

The Sutton Carers Centre provides services for the estimated 18,000 Carers in Sutton. A Carer is anyone who provides help and support to a partner, relative, friend, neighbour, or child without payment. Their services include things like advice, information, training, advocacy, therapy, and breaks to improve their health, well-being, and quality of life. To learn more or donate visit: https://www.suttoncarerscentre.org/

The Sutton Women’s Centre is an organisation run by women for women to provide them with a chance to achieve their potential through education, advice, and resources. To learn more or donate visit: http://www.suttonwomen.co.uk/

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