Business leaders and celebs from across the region are to be thrown behind bars – can you help bail them out?
They will be joined in the clink by a group of celebrity cellmates for one of Derian’s most fun money-raising challenges of the year!
The 18 individuals will been locked up for a range of dastardly crimes including impersonating Bradley Walsh, uncontrollable snacking, and excessive fabulousness.
Their only hope of release is to raise £999 bail money for Derian House.
Lancashire Police will be making arrests and the gruesome gang will then be held in cells at Leyland’s former Victorian courthouse, La Corte Italian restaurant (and we can assure you, there will only be porridge on the menu for these inmates – certainly no garlic bread!).
The criminals will have only their laptops, phones and nous to help them out and our celebrity judge will be on hand to dole out the punishments as the day goes on.
Bail Me Out is taking place on Friday, 5 July, 2019.
WHO IS TAKING PART?
- Rosie Dummer from Extreme Cake Makers, of Clitheroe, arrested for “baking under the influence”
- Burlesque cabaret queen (and Derian House Patron) Kiki DeVille, of Earby, arrested for “excessive fabulousness”
- TV Drag queen and singing sensation Divina de Campo, of West Yorkshire, for “crimes of fashion”
- Andy Clarke, from The Sports Office, Wigan, (and Derian House ambassador) arrested for “persecuting the staff”
- Lee Morgan, of Thermatic, Salford, arrested for “drunk and disorderly”
- Kristen Durose, of Red Star Wealth, Blackpool, for “crimes of passion”
- Daniel Maddox, of Evolve Document Solutions, Leyland, for “murder on the dancefloor”
- James Mattison, of Permicoat, Preston, for “crimes against our competition”
- Jane Campbell and Evie Skentelbery, of Fresh Perspective Resourcing, Chorley, for “indecent exposure at a networking event”
- Graham Ritchie, of Kluio Ltd, Preston, for “crimes against fashion”
- Lachlan McLean, of Forbes Solicitors, Chorley for “excessive dithering (contrary to Section 5 of the Dilatory Husbands Act 1982)
- Katie Shepherd, of Fulfilment Crowd, Chorley, for “uncontrollable snacking”
- Chris Mahady, of Findel Education, Hyde, Cheshire, for “driving in bus lanes”
- Mark Whittaker, of Findel Education, Hyde, Cheshire, for “”impersonating Bradley Walsh”
- John Hesketh, Regional Manager of NatWest Premier Banking, for “shampoo acquisition from hotels”
- Sharon Benson, of Studio, Clayton-le-Moors, for “continued parking offences”
- Ian McWhirter, of Studio, Clayton-le-Moors, for “bad line plans”
Check out our launch video in which our “bounty hunter” Wigan Warriors rugby player Dan “Sarge” Sarginson puts out a call for our criminals: https://vimeo.com/343672097