lewis crossley, fighting leukaemia

The family of tragic Lewis Crossley, who died of leukaemia, are to stage a charity ball in his name next month.

Lewis, a pupil at Wybunbury Delves Primary, died after a brave battle with the disease.

The seven-year-old from Hough, near Shavington, was diagnosed with T Cell Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia and died in November.

Mum and dad Adam and Susanne set up Team Lewis Trust to honour the Stoke City fanatic and help raise awareness and funds for leukaemia research.

And on Saturday October 6, the trust is staging its inaugural charity ball at the bet365 Stadium, home to Lewis’s favourite team.

The World’s strongest man 2017, Eddie Hall, will be special guest and the event is being hosted by Radio Stoke’s Liz Ellis.

Lewis’ dad Adam said: “As our first major event, we’re very excited to announce the Team Lewis Trust Charity Ball 2018!

“There will be a 3-course dinner during which a magician will be entertaining the tables.

“After dinner there will be an auction for some quite tremendous items and experiences.

“And this will be followed by our band who will play two live sets to get us on our feet and rounding out with a DJ set.

“Proceeds from this event will help us towards our charitable objective of providing grants to further research and develop new treatments and ultimately improve cure rates for T-Cell Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia (T-ALL)”

Lewis Crossley Trust

Tickets are £50 per head and include a welcome drink and dinner.

Tables seat 10 people.

Tickets are non-refundable but can be transferred to another person. Ticket sales close around Saturday September 22.

Raffle or auction prizes are still being received.

Any businesses that can sponsor a table can get in touch with [email protected]

Full details of the event are at https://www.teamlewistrust.org.uk/getinvolved/charity-ball-tickets

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