Letchworth photographers’ summer ball raises almost £3,000 for Garden House Hospice Care

Letchworth photography firm Studio6 enjoy their summer ball in aid of Garden House Hospice Care. Pic

Letchworth photography firm Studio6 enjoy their summer ball in aid of Garden House Hospice Care. Picture: GHHC - Credit: Archant

A Letchworth photography firm’s summer ball has raised almost £3,000 for Garden House Hospice Care.

Letchworth photography firm Studio6 enjoy their summer ball in aid of Garden House Hospice Care. Pic

Letchworth photography firm Studio6 enjoy their summer ball in aid of Garden House Hospice Care. Picture: GHHC - Credit: Archant

Studio6 by ATG Spectrum held a summer ball at Needham House in Little Wymondley to support the hospice based in Letchworth’s Gillison Close, which is its chosen charity.

Guests enjoyed fun in the new Studio6 photo booth and danced the night away to energetic music from band Kicking Back.

Studio6’s Mark Reed said: “We choose Garden House Hospice Care as we wanted to stay as local as possible, and the hospice is such a worthy cause supported by the community.

“Having held a smaller event last year, we decided to organise a summer ball to help raise the hospice’s profile.

Letchworth photography firm Studio6 enjoy their summer ball in aid of Garden House Hospice Care. Pic

Letchworth photography firm Studio6 enjoy their summer ball in aid of Garden House Hospice Care. Picture: GHHC - Credit: Archant


You may also want to watch:


“We were well supported by clients and suppliers in the donation of the raffle gifts, which helped add £880 to the total raised.”

A grand total of £2,885 was raised for Garden House Hospice Care.

Most Read

The team at Studio6, which launched in Icknield Way last year, has been delighted with the feedback following the fundraiser and hopes to perhaps hold another ball in aid of the hospice next year.

Become a Supporter

This newspaper has been a central part of community life for many years. Our industry faces testing times, which is why we're asking for your support. Every contribution will help us continue to produce local journalism that makes a measurable difference to our community.

Become a Supporter