A great day of gin & jammies in aid of new Glasgow hospice
The Scottish Gin Society is extremely proud to have supported a unique and delightful event! Our founder was one of a handful of men among nearly 300 women who wore their pjs and raised a glass in support of The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice at the charity’s first ever Gin & Jammies event at the Grand Central Hotel, Glasgow.
Stephen joined Miss Scotland, Romy McCahill on the catwalk in his Scottish Gin Jammies and there were fun and games with gin-themed cocktails and gin and tonic cupcakes at the afternoon event, sponsored by Speirs Gumley.
“We have had the most fantastic day, everyone has taken the theme of the event to their hearts and turned up wearing fabulous jammies,” said Rhona Baillie, chief executive of The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice, who hosted the ladies lunch.
“We still have £750,000 to raise to reach the £21million target of the Brick by Brick Appeal to build a new home for Glasgow’s Hospice. I came up with the idea for Gin & Jammies because I wanted Scottish women to come together to help take us one step closer to reaching that figure.
“I’d like to thanks everyone for making Gin & Jammies such an amazing an truly memorable event. Please stay with us on our journey to build a new hospice – we’re nearly there!”
Make a donation to Raise the Roof, the latest phase of the hospice’s Brick by Brick Appeal, online at www.ppwh.org.uk/donate or make a smaller donation of £5 by texting ROOF to 70660.