Kelly Williams sadly lost both her Mum and Dad, Steve and Kay Landau from Shiplake in 2016 within two months of each other. They both spent their final few days at the Sue Ryder hospice in Nettlebed.
Since their death Kelly has raised over £18,500 for Sue Ryder through a 70s Disco Ball in 2016, and last year £3500 by doing an abseil off of Dorchester Abbey This year she’s planned a Love Music Event on Saturday 30 June at Henley Rugby Club.
Kelly said, “Ever since my parents passed away at Sue Ryder two years ago, I have been pushing my limits and organising events that I have never done before. The two year anniversary has just passed of my Dad’s passing. It has been a horrible time, however, it is also a reminder of what a massive difference Sue Ryder made to what could of been a truly life changing time. The support, love and care we all had at the time and since then has been second to none. It’s times like this that make me want to raise money even more, so that families like mine will continue to get the magic in their life that is known as Sue Ryder.”
Gates open at 4pm and tickets are priced just £5 with children going in free. There will craft stalls and children’s entertainment including a bouncy castle and Steph from Divas & Dudes Dance Academy will be teaching the children some dance moves at 4.15pm. The live music will start at 6pm with the bands (Who Stoned Who?, The Forty 6, Said & Done, The Voodoo Penguins and Hexx) all giving their time for free.