Finura supports the Head and Neck Cancer Unit at Guy’s Hospital at their Festa Dei Sensi charity evening

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On the 20th September 2018, Finura Director, Toby Owen-Browne, attended a “Festa Dei Sensi” charity evening held at the exclusive M restaurant in Threadneedle Street in support of the Head and Neck Cancer Unit at Guy’s Hospital, London.

This world-renowned unit is one of the largest in the UK and needs all the support possible to stay at the forefront of saving lives.

The event was led by head and neck cancer surgeon and main fundraiser, Luke Cascarini, and included a bespoke sensory tasting menu created by celebrity chef Michael Reid, an amazing dance extravaganza performed by UK Dance connexion and their troupe, as well as a number of exciting auction prizes.

Finura offered additional support via a number of tweets and shares on social media to help raise awareness of the event.

To find out more about the fantastic work performed by the Head and Neck Cancer Unit, please click here.

You can also watch their video, designed as a reminder of how we can so easily take the ability to see, kiss, taste, touch and hear, for granted. https://www.facebook.com/events/818007271725471/permalink/839459516246913/

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