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Made In Chelsea Stars Support The Brompton Fountain Bowling Fundraiser

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Made In Chelsea cast members past and present came together at the charity bowling tournament everyone was talking about and helped raise a staggering £5,000 on the night.

The destination for this fundraising extravaganza was the fresh and funky All Star Lanes, Central London and the aim was to help raise much needed awareness and funds in aid of the Brompton Fountain a charity that helps support children and their families who are suffering from severe life threatening heart and lung conditions.

Spencer Matthews, Hugo Taylor, Josh Coombs and Funda Onal all took part in the bowling tournament against guests and other bowling teams on the night.

The bowling tournament was a tense affair and the Made In Chelsea team were taken to a bowl off to decide who would be crowned champions. Spencer Matthews and his team were victorious and they couldn’t contain their joy at winning the competition on the night.

Spencer Matthews stated that “It was a fantastic effort by everyone that came along, bowled and supported the charity on the night” My team and I were delighted to win such a close contest and help raise awareness and funds at the same time for a very worthy cause”

Hugo Taylor said, “I was delighted to be part of a great night and a super cause, but I feel the real winners on the night were the Brompton Fountain”.

The aim of the party was to help raise awareness and funds for the Brompton Fountain wish appeal which grants wishes for children at the Royal Brompton Hospital.

Josh Coombs added, “the Brompton Fountain does such amazing work and I am so proud to support them”.

Guests while bowling and enjoying the party had an opportunity to win some amazing raffle prizes on the night too. And they all went down a storm on the evening.

2 tickets to the SOLD OUT Beyonce concert at the O2, London
Complimentary dinner and a bottle of wine for 4 people at Bodos Schloss in Kensington
4 tickets to the Wireless Festival

Trudy Nickels, Director at the Brompton Fountain said, “we are so appreciative of all the support we have received and it is fundraising events like the bowling party fundraiser that helps us to continue to support children and families going through tough and challenging times” “The more awareness and funds we can raise for the Brompton Fountain the more wishes we are able to grant these brave children”.

Jamie Ndah, Managing Director of Wonderful Communications said; “The Brompton Fountain is a wonderful charity, that does inspirational work and we we’re delighted to be able to help them to continue to do just that”.

“The bowling party was a fantastic way to raise much needed awareness and funds”.

The world of TV, music, media, fashion, arts, entertainment, corporate came together to help show their support. There was food, drinks, sweets and treats for all the guests on the night.

Funda Onal added, “It was a really fab night and I am already looking forward to the next fundraiser in aid of the Brompton Fountain”.

If you missed the bowling fundraiser you can still make a donation below.
thebromptonfountain.org.uk/donate_now.html

www.thebromptonfountain.org.uk