How's the head?
Last night, Liverpool Twestival took place at Pan Am. It was a fantastic night with loads raised for charity, wonderful entertainment from Clare Tottey and Rachel Kelly, cupcakes, booze and, of course, loads of tweeting.
The night was a great success, but just to tidy up the loose ends, here's the facts and figures from the night:
12 Month Liverpool Acoustic Pass (Liverpool Acoustic) - ticket y163 - Martyn Best
Limited Edition SG Print (Sophie Green) - ticket y159 - John Currie
Aveda Facial/Nails (The Gallery Old Swan) - ticket y3 - Stuart Burns
Large Fruit & Veg Box (Abel & Cole) - ticket y196 - Cathy Shimmin
Makeover/Photoshoot/Disk (Citygirl Makover) - ticket-p9 - Jenny Coppell
Family day ticket Beatles Story (Beatles Story) - ticket y204 - Julie May
Family ticket Blue Planet (Blue Planet Aquarium) - ticket G3 - Tony from McGinty's Irish Bar
Make Up Lesson (So Coco Rouge) - ticket y157 - John Currie
Family Photo Shoot & Print (Yaffe Fusion Art) - ticket y8 - Nick Jones
Afternoon Tea For Two (Cupcakes in the City) - Janet from Jospice
Creative Thinking Workshop (Dr Nathan Ryder) - ticket y477 - Jenna Crossley
Tickets to Roald Dahl's Twisted Tales (Liverpool Playhouse) - y187 - Cheryl - Alex's mum from Lister Nursery
First Class Rail Tickets (London Midland) - ticket y487 - Pauline Hill
Family Ticket Mersey Tigers (Mersey Tigers) - ticket y469 - Carol Digney
VIP Booth for up to 10 people & bottle champagne (Pan Am Bar) - ticket y192 - David Bartlett
Massive thanks to all prize donors, and also to Laura’s Little Bakery, Baz Todd, Clare Tottey & Rachel Kelly, the two Danny’s from Pan Am, Jayne Moore’s hubby Max for doing the plumbing work at Lister Steps, Nick for the fabby blogging & Rayross Print Factory.
Total raised is £986.48, a bunch of Easter eggs (which will save them a bit of money) more Easter eggs to come from Tesco in Old Swan, and look out for a shout out for volunteers to come & paint once the fab Sophie Green has designed a mural for the outside of Lister Steps' drab building.
We're already feeling nostalgic for last night, so see you next year!