A CHESHIRE charity will be welcoming a familiar face from breakfast TV to a fundraising event later this year.
Louise Minchin is to be the special guest at a ladies lunch organised by the Neuromuscular Centre in Winsford.
As well as presenting BBC Breakfast, Louise has been a main anchor for the BBC News channel since 2003, is a regular presenter of the BBC’s One O’Clock News and presents Real Rescues, Missing Live and Crime and Punishment.
The centre’s first ladies lunch of the year will be held at Grosvenor Hotel and Spa, Chester, on Wednesday, May 22.
The Neuromuscular Centre is a charity in Winsford that provides physiotherapy and care to people living with muscular dystrophy in the North West and beyond.
Muscular dystrophy is a severe and debilitating muscle-wasting condition, which for many means life in a wheelchair.
Each year the centre needs to raise £800,000 to keep its services running.
Tickets to the ladies lunch are £25. Book by calling the fundraising office on 01606 861733 or visit www.nmcentre.com.