Award winning family law specialists, Rayden Solicitors were proud to host 75 local guests for a Rat Pack themed evening of dining and entertainment at The Gatsby in Berkhamsted on Wednesday 24 May raising over £3,000 for local charity, The Hospice of St Francis.
Gary Williams, star of the West End’s Rat Pack, provided entertainment in the form of a “Frank Sinatra Jukebox” offering the audience the opportunity to request their favourite Sinatra songs.
Berkhamsted Partner, Paula Butterworth said “I am delighted that so many members of the local community have joined us for a superb evening of food and entertainment. We have managed to raise a significant amount of money for the Hospice of St Francis, which provides invaluable support to local people with life-limiting illnesses. Since we opened in Berkhamsted last year we have been overwhelmed by the sense of local community and this evening’s success is testimony to the fabulous people who live and work here.’
The Hospice of St Francis is Rayden Solicitors’ charity of the year for 2017 and the firm has now raised over £8000 for the charity. The Hospice of St Francis provides free, expert care for people living with life-limiting illnesses in West Herts and South Bucks. They also support their families, carers and those close to them.