Cream of the crop


The evening entertained many guests, however, two stood out. The first, Guy Parkes, is from the 33-year old Anthony Nolan Trust, which stands behind the bone marrow donor registry vital for the survival and well-being of people who have leukaemia. The evening raised more than £13,000 for the trust. For more information on its activities spend time at

Another individual who stood out was Blaine Tomlinson (see feature on page 14), who received the inaugural long-term

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