Burns Night celebration raises nearly £10,000 for Age UK Northumberland

Age UK Northumberland will be able to support even more older people this year, thanks to funds raised at a Burns Night celebration at Newton Hall.

Monday, 2nd March 2020, 12:48 pm
Updated Monday, 2nd March 2020, 12:48 pm
A Burns Night celebration at Newton Hall in aid of Age UK Northumberland. Picture: Pictured Life Photography

The event raised almost £10,000 thanks to generous sponsorship by financial services company, Sage Wealth Management and the kind support of Newton Hall and other local businesses.

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Amy Whyte, from Age UK Northumberland, said: “It was a terrific evening, but there was a very important purpose behind the event – to raise awareness and vital funds to support older people living in the county who are isolated, lonely and need our help.”

Michael Sage from Sage Wealth Management said: “It was our great pleasure to support this valuable event and help Age UK Northumberland to raise funds in support of their services.”

Other businesses supporting the event included the Northumberland Tartan Co, SK Click Events and Pictured Life Photography.