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Young Lives Foundation charity event

PUBLISHED: 16:00 11 August 2016 | UPDATED: 16:00 11 August 2016

Kate and James Emson with Andrea Gilbertson and Anthony Williams

Kate and James Emson with Andrea Gilbertson and Anthony Williams

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The sun shone on the drinks reception for the fourth annual summer supper held by The Young Lives Foundation on the lawns of Godmersham Park

The YLF teamThe YLF team

The sun shone on the drinks reception for the fourth annual summer supper held by The Young Lives Foundation on the lawns of Godmersham Park, courtsey of The King’s School, Canterbury and Fiona Sunley. The supper was preceded by a moving address from Stephen Gray, ceo of YLF, as he outlined the valuable work carried out by the 180 volunteers who devote 21,000 hours to vulnerable youngsters and troubled families throughout the county. Musical entertainment was provided by Alaric Green and Aaliyah Ginn, followed by Caroline Jones accompanied by Robert Reid and his jazz trio. The auction and raffle, conducted by YLF President Clive Emson, raised £9,000 and a further £20,000 pledged by volunteer Lord Denis James took the total raised from the evening to more than £30,000, a record for a YLF event.

Lord Denis James, Memina Margerson and Lisa WarneLord Denis James, Memina Margerson and Lisa Warne

Sarah Sturt and Blair GullandSarah Sturt and Blair Gulland

Lynne Bax, Janine Batt and Lesley BennettLynne Bax, Janine Batt and Lesley Bennett

Clive Emson, Fiona Sunley and Stephen GrayClive Emson, Fiona Sunley and Stephen Gray

Jarle and Dianne Tatt with Clive EmsonJarle and Dianne Tatt with Clive Emson

Gerry Pack, Steve Walker and Simon PentecostGerry Pack, Steve Walker and Simon Pentecost

Nina and Mathew Scott with Stephen and Katherine GrayNina and Mathew Scott with Stephen and Katherine Gray

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