Spring Soiree

Friday, 26 February, 2021 - 12:00pm
The Lowry Hotel 50 Dearmans Pl Salford, Lancashire M3 5LH United Kingdom

JMW is delighted to invite you to get your spring started in style with our wonderful Afternoon Spring Soiree, which will raise money for two fantastic charities: Rainbow Hub and Tommy’s.

Join us on 26 February 2021 at the Lowry Hotel, Manchester, from 12pm for a relaxed drinks reception, which includes a complimentary drink, followed by a delicious two-course lunch.

The highlight of this event will be when dads and sons who have been helped by charities Rainbow Hub, which supports children with complex needs and their families and Tommy’s, which funds research into baby loss, take to the stage.

In a celebration of the positive impact these fantastic charities have on families, dads and their sons, who were born through the Tommy’s Manchester Rainbow Clinic or receive therapeutic services from Rainbow Hub, will showcase styles from fashion brand Man Cub.

There will also be a performance by Manchester singer and guitarist Olly Flavell, spring stalls to browse and an auction and raffle.


Individual tickets - £75 +VAT

Table of 10 - £700 +VAT

The Charities

Rainbow Hub

Families are right at the heart of Rainbow Hub. Based in Mawdesley, Lancashire, we’re a charity providing therapeutic services for children and young people with physical disabilities as a result of a neurological condition or brain injury.

Rainbow Hub supports over 100 families per week, helping children to reach their full potential and gain more independence through fun, hands-on activities, while giving their parents the vital support they deserve.

No other organisation offers such a diverse range of services aimed at improving the physical, social and emotional well-being of children with complex needs, as well as reducing the stress and isolation in their families.

In a complete contrast to NHS services, our purpose-built site offers a picturesque country escape with a unique family first approach. It’s safe, friendly, free of charge to families and accessible to all. Backed by a robust fundraising strategy, strong board of trustees and clear vision to brighten the lives of disabled children.



We are the largest charity funding research into the causes of miscarriage, stillbirth and premature birth. We also provide information for parents-to-be to help them have a healthy pregnancy and baby.

We fund research into miscarriage, stillbirth and premature birth, and provide pregnancy health information to parents. We believe it is unacceptable that one in four women lose a baby during pregnancy and birth. We want every parent to have the best possible pregnancy outcomes and to take home happy, healthy babies.

The Tommy’s Manchester Rainbow Clinic is a specialist service for women and their families in a pregnancy following a stillbirth or neonatal death. Becoming pregnant after a stillbirth is an incredibly daunting prospect. Around half of all stillbirths are unexplained, leaving parents feeling powerless in a following pregnancy to stop it happening again.

The standard of care given to women who have suffered a stillbirth varies across the country, often with no continuity of care. Parents have to endure the distress of having to explain their previous loss to health professionals over and over again. That’s why, in 2013, the Rainbow Clinic was opened at St Mary’s Hospital in Manchester.


To book onto this event please complete the form on this page or email kelly.hindle@jmw.co.uk.



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