With over 300 hundred guests attending, the event included a three-course dinner and a raffle auction, while the evening’s entertainment was provided by a five-piece band and a fantastic disco. Host Darren did a great job of getting everyone moving on the dance floor.

From left to right: Marzia Muchhala Bates, Marketing Coordinator, Chris Dudley, Construction Director, Chloe Simpson, Marketing Manager, Charlotte Goode, Regional Managing Director, and Elaine Etherton, PA

A staggering £19,000 was raised on the night, with proceeds going towards a Sunshine Coach in the Midlands, which will benefit a school for disabled children.

The Keepmoat Homes table with Tim Beale, CEO, Tom Dwyer, Group Production Director , Mark Gregory, Divisional Finance Director, Lee Dando, Contracts Manager, John Owen, Land and Partnerships Director, and Charlotte Goode, Regional Managing Director

What a wonderful occasion the inaugural Keepmoat West Midlands charity event was. After personally supporting Variety for many years, I couldn’t feel prouder to have raised £19,000 for the charity, which we know will have a significant impact on the lives of disabled and disadvantaged children in the Midlands.

I’d like to thank my team who helped make the ball such a brilliant success, and to everyone who attended such a fun night and donated to Variety. The charity’s work is exceptional, and I’d encourage everyone to keep it in their thoughts for future donations.

Charlotte Goode, Keepmoat Homes Regional Managing Director

The ball was a huge success, and Keepmoat Homes are now working on the next Ball in 2023.

It was an honour to be invited to such an amazing evening with very special people who are making a big difference to the lives of so many children in the Midlands.  Keepmoat Homes are great supporters of Variety, and I cannot wait to see the first Keepmoat Homes Sunshine Coach on the road.

Lyn Staunton, Variety Development Director