Meningitis Now’ Brighter Futures Partnership

Last night The Countess of Wessex as Patron of Meningitis Now, attended a Dinner at the House of Lords, Westminster in London. Meningitis Now patrons: HRH The Countess of Wessex and Professor the Lord Darzi helped launch Meningitis Now new Brighter Futures Partnership.

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courtesy of @MayMayhem31, fundraising and awareness initiative.

Corporate partners, new and old, heard from Lord Darzi and Ian Stuart, Head of HSBC Commercial UK and Europe about the devastating effects meningitis can have on children and families and how charities and corporates working together can save lives and rebuild futures. Meningitis can affect anyone of any age at any time, so HERE‘s everything you need to know about this killer disease. Everyone should know signs & symptoms. It can save someone’s live.

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© Theodore Wood, for Meningitis Now.  
Meningitis Now Dinner & Concert, March 2013
Click on pic to view full gallery at their FB site.
Sadly, we won’t see pictures from last night due to the event being held at the House of Lords. Picture above was taken back in March 2013, when HRH attended Meningitis Trust Dinner & Concert at the State Apartments of St James’ Palace.
Outfit & jewellery from 2013:
Roland Mouret Lace and Cottonblend Dress.
Famous Heavenly Necklaces pearl earrings worn also by The Duchess of Cambridge. 

3 thoughts on “Meningitis Now’ Brighter Futures Partnership

  1. Amy from USA

    Beautiful dress! Love the pictures gallery — thanks for the hint. I didn't know I could click on the photo and it would take me to another page! 🙂

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