Casino Royale night raises money for Reach For Health in Daventry

Landlord and Landlady of the Rose Inn, Rudi and Gillian Prymaka pictured with Jo Barnett and Wadge Grzelak of Reach for Health at the Casino Royale funraiser
Landlord and Landlady of the Rose Inn, Rudi and Gillian Prymaka pictured with Jo Barnett and Wadge Grzelak of Reach for Health at the Casino Royale funraiser

Reach for Health has raised £400 at an event inspired by James Bond.

The organisation based in Daventry is a rehabilitation centre offering expert exercise based help to those who have experienced a traumatic health event or are suffering from a long term or life long illness along with those who just want to stay fit and healthy.

Jo Barnett from the group organised a ‘Casino Royale’ charity evening on Tuesday, November 17, at The Rose Inn, Willoughby.

The event was hosted by the landlord and landlady of the Rose Inn, Rudi and Gillian Prymaka, pictured with Jo Barnett and Wadge Grzelak of Reach for Health.

Daventry Mayor, Wendy Randall, attended the event and Jo convinced Wadge that he would like to act as croupier for the night and operate the Roulette Wheel. The event was a sellout with over 40 people attending and the evening raised in excess of £400.00 for Reach for Health.