13th April 2018

Take That star Gary Barlow made sure last night’s Buttle UK #ChancesForChildren charity extravaganza was a night guests would Never Forget by performing an exclusive set.

The singer songwriter took to the stage in front of 120 guests, including well known faces such as Louise Redknap, Judge Robert Rinder, Richard Arnold and Anton du Beke, at The News Building in London to raise funds for the children’s charity.

Meanwhile, ROX was honoured to bring a little diamonds and thrills to the special event, offering guests the opportunity to take part in ROX in a BOX. And it was Anton du Beke’s lucky wife Hannah Summers who won the glistening diamond bracelet.

A truly inspiring evening for guests and celebrities alike, the show-stopping event raised a staggering £218,425 for the Buttle UK campaign. According to figures from the charity the number of children in Britain has risen by 200,000 in the last year, with that number expected to rise.

The #ChancesForChildren campaign aims to raise £10 million over the next five years to continue to provide much needed support for young people across the UK.

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