Frances was invited to the Centrepoint Awards for homeless people, which was hosted by HRH The Duke of Cambridge at Kensington Palace. And with Sir Jack Petchey, Frances attended a fundraising dinner for the Royal National Institute of Blind People at the Dorchester Hotel. Frances helped judge the Stroke Association’s Life after Stroke Awards. She also presented the first ever Lady Petchey Art Award, as part of the Winter Pride Art Awards at The House of St Barnabas, supporting those affected by homelessness back into work. In her role as a fundraising committee member, Frances will attend a quiz night and auction at the Rosewood Hotel in aid of Children and the Arts, which tackles inequality through sustained arts experiences. Frances will also help judge a Strictly Dancing Ball in aid of Teens Unite Fighting Cancer.


Frances presenting the first ever
Lady Petchey Award
at The House of St Barnabas
Sir Jack & Lady Petchey at a Fundraiser for the Royal National Institute of Blind People
Photo Sam Churchill
Attending the Centrepoint Awards
at Kensington Palace
With Lord & Lady Fellowes and actor Robert Bathurt at
The Life after Stroke Awards