Posted by Joanne Mellor
A dental company based in Shropshire has raised hundreds of points for charity through a special ball.
British Heart Foundation received £1,500 as a result of the efforts of individuals from Implantium, a dental implant supplier, reports Midlands Business News.
Founder and director Jason Buglass stated it was “wonderful” to see so many people attending the Queen of Hearts Summer Ball, with an estimated 100 individuals present at the independent school Ellesmere College.
“Everyone had a thoroughly enjoyable time, but much more importantly, the evening managed to raise a fantastic sum for the British Heart Foundation,” he told the news provider.
Chef at Manchester City Football Club Matthew Buglass cooked for the diners and the prizes on offer at the event included a flight in a private plane.
Implants from Implantium are made by South Korean company Dentium, which has a 25 per cent share of the market in the Asian nation.