Chartered accountants hear many voicesApr 25, 2008
George Bush, Gordon Brown, David Cameron, Tony Blair and Bruce Forsyth all took centre stage under the guise of Rory Bremner who wove his impersonations of world leaders into a flurry of funny and satirical stories.
A total £2,500 was raised on the evening for the Beds, Bucks and Herts Society president Tim Bramston’s chosen charity, Prostate Cancer. The charity, Tim revealed, was close to his heart having lost his father and father-in-law to the disease.
Rory Bremner is pictured with Mr Bramston and Denise Bailey of the Prostate Cancer Charity.
Denise said: “We are delighted we were chosen as the charity for the dinner. Prostate Cancer affects many men and can be treatable if caught early enough. The event not only raised funds for us but helped raise awareness of our work.”
More than 370 guests of the Society dined at The Grove, Rickmansworth.
Richard Dyson, National President of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales also spoke at the event of the need for trust and confidence in the world of business.