YOUR COMMUNITY HEROES WERE REWARDED WITH A POP UP PARTY EACH!
Following weeks of devious planning with the nominators behind the scenes, each of our five Pork Farms Pop Up Party winners have now celebrated in style during a week of celebrations from 23rd – 27th October.
Our Pork Farms team went on tour and hosted quintessentially British ‘high tea’ parties fit for royalty with vintage china crockery and cake stands packed with a mouth-watering spread; and of course there was plenty of Fizz for the guests too!
Our five winners of the Pop Up Parties competition were:
Elaine and Gary High from Lowestoft attended their surprise party at the Corton Inn hotel where they were also joined by the Deputy Mayor, Councillor Peter Knight.
Bob Hares and Valerie Holton from Pershore were joined by the many children they support, their families as well as the teachers from Holy Redeemer Primary School, where they have volunteered for a number of years. Mayor, Councillor Bob Gillmor also attended alongside his Consort, Sue Chandler.
Kim Grantham from Brackley celebrated with family and friends at Brackley Town FC where she volunteers and also had a VIP visit from the Mayor, Councillor Don Thompson.
The Volunteers from Disability Solutions joined the Mayor of Newcastle-Under-Lyme, Councillor Simon White for celebrations at the Holy Trinity Community Centre in Stoke-on-Trent.
Last but not least, the final winner, Owen Swift was joined by his friends and family at Middlesbrough football club with special guest appearance from Roary the Lion, the club’s mascot who also presented Owen with a signed football shirt.
Congratulations once again to our five winners and to read more and see all the pictures simply click here