Revilo treat Jenny Neaverson to Ascot Ladies Day luncheon
Date published: 30 June 2019
Gill Davies, Julie Wood, Deborah Brierley, Angela Butcher, Rose Bennett, Andrew Nutter, Vicky Miller, Jenny Neaverson, Amanda Constable and Katie Constable
Revilo Homes treated mother-of-two Jenny Neaverson to a special horse-racing themed event hosted at Nutters restaurant.
The 15th Ascot Ladies Day at Nutters was celebrated on Thursday 20 June, organised by a committee set up by the Rotary Club of Rochdale, along with Rochdale’s NSPCC branch. Revilo Homes teamed up with partner company Revilo Mortgages to sponsor the luncheon, offering up their own table on social media for followers to nominate someone to enjoy a special treat.
Revilo Group managing director Lee Collins said: “As sponsors of the event we wanted to make it an extra special day and decided to let the community choose who most deserved to be our guests.
“We had dozens of nominations, all of them very worthy indeed, but Jenny’s name repeatedly appeared and, having heard her story, it was an easy decision to make. Her friends describe her as ‘the most genuine, heart-warming person’ who has stayed positive throughout a difficult personal time. A truly brave soul.
“We are a community firm in the heart of Rochdale and including the people of the town in everything we do is of paramount importance.”
Jenny, who lives in Rochdale, was diagnosed with cancer 18 months ago. She was chauffeur-driven to the event, where she enjoyed a three-course lunch and entertainment with three friends, all in aid of the Rochdale NSPCC.
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