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Creating Positive Footprints....

10th Birthday Party for MissDorothy.com

At the Atrium in Westminster, Sharon Doughty and her husband and the charity’s co-founder Neil Evans, hosted a spectacular event to celebrate 10 years of this extraordinary charity which protects children.

Rebranded as ‘Values versus Violence’ it was a truly glittering occasion with guests from Tony Blair and daughter Kathryn Blair, one of the charity’s ambassadors, to stars of Strictly who gave a special performance.

Out and about in London & Manchester

A gathering at the stunning Great John Street Hotel in Manchester was held to check out the venue for our forthcoming launch event in Spring 2013.

Jill Pay and Helene Martin Gee met with Alison Loveday from Berg Law and Sara McKee of McKee Direct to discuss plans for Pink Shoe in Manchester over the coming year.

To the Banqueting House for a Christmas Cocktail! Pink Shoe members attended this traditional special shopping evening complete with Champagne and canap├ęs, organised for many years by Save the Children Chelsea & Westminster, to raise funds for the charity. There were some excellent stands with a range of unusual hand made and artisan gifts. 

Festive Networking in the Mayor’s Chamber

Westminster Business Council Chairman Elizabeth Crowther-Hunt hosted an excellent evening of networking in the Mayor’s Chamber, as Westminster business owners met over Champagne and superb cheeses from MooTown  - hand made in Wales – along with scrummy Welsh cakes!

Micro-Finance Roundtable

Anne Marie Morris MP Chairman and founder of the Micro Finance and Small Business All-Party Parliamentary Group, held a roundtable in Portcullis House to explore ideas on the best way to prepare young people for business. Speakers included David Willetts and Stu Anderson.