Our lunch and fashion show at Cyan restaurant Milngavie on the 27th October proved to be a big success.
We would like to thank David Cowan of Cyan who was not only supervising the kitchen but also acted as auctioneer in our mini auction and to Tracey McGuire of James Lakeland Fashion in House of Fraser who provided the fashion element and left us all desiring a new outfit.
Thanks also to all those who donated prizes for our raffle and auction. Your support is much appreciated.
We are delighted to announce that we raised £4,000 on the day so a huge thank you to all the ladies who attended.
Watch out for our next fashion event in Spring 2014.
BC2000 Charity Annual Golf Event
This years’ Annual Golf Event is took place on the 7th of June
We at BC2000 thank everyone who attended and donated to the Charity which operates in support of the Western Infirmary Breast Care Unit & The Beatson West of Scotland Cancer Care Centre.
A unique dining experience in Cyan Restaurant of Milngavie’s recently opened private dining area.
On Saturday 27th October, the evening featured Cyan’s famous 6 course tasting menus and entertainment.
The kind hearted owner of Cyan bar and restaurant in Milngavie and five top Scottish chefs help to raise £4,500 by holding an evening of cookery demonstration in Milngavie Town Hall. A crowd of 180 were entertained on the night.
A team of waiting staff from Cyan were on hand to serve all guests with refreshments and the chefs demonstrated to the the audience how to make a variety of mouth watering dishes.
The chefs – Gary Maclean, masterchef for Great Britain, Phil Lewis, head cook at The Cook School in Kilmarnock, Cyan’s chefs Brian Home and Paul McInally were joined by Neil Mugg executive pastry chef at Gleneagles Hotel.
The event was supported by a number of local businesses and restaurants who donated prizes and vouchers for the raffle.
Breast Cancer 2000 is extremely grateful to David Cowan, owner of Cyan and all of the businesses and individuals for the success of the evening.