All Hallows Eve is a scary time for most, but at BK’S central a visit from the Count and Countess Dracula didn’t send people rushing for the garlic, crucifixes and holy water, but for a camera to record the occasion!
As you probably realised The Count and his beautiful bride were in fact your trustees Dave and Fiona having donned their fancy dress for a Halloween Ball at the ‘Eccleston Working Men’s Institute’, where all funds raised were to be donated to BK’S HEROES.
On our arrival we were met by numerous ghouls and monsters out celebrating this special evening, but most notably our hosts and organisers of the event ‘Uncle Fester’ and ‘Grotbags’ aka Paul and Rachael Hayes. Paul and our founder Ben spent lots of time together whilst patients on Ward 2 at Preston Royal Hospital and became firm friends.
The evening which had live music from the very talented Lynne Penketh, a raffle and best ghoul competition (judged by the BK’S vampires) was a huge success and fantastic fun was had by all present,
We are delighted that Eccleston Working Men’s Institute has chosen BK’S HEROES to be their chosen charity this year and look forward to having more night of fun and laughter in their wonderful club.