Boogie at the Biscuit

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Boogie at the Biscuit

Boogie at the Biscuit was set up by Beth Wright in memory of her husband, RAF Wing Commander Kieran O’Sullivan. Kieran was first diagnosed with a grade 2 astrocytoma in 2001 and underwent multiple surgeries, as well as radiotherapy and chemotherapy. Kieran passed away in November 2018, at the age of 44, almost 17 years after he was first diagnosed with a brain tumour and just two months after leaving his beloved career in the RAF.

The name Boogie at the Biscuit comes from a fun-filled event that Beth first organised in 2019 to raise more than £24,000 for Brain Tumour Research in Kieran’s memory. The night saw 270 guests donning their black ties and gowns for an evening of music, an impressive auction and a raffle with a bumper haul of prizes up for grabs. A second fantastic Boogie at the Biscuit event in 2021 took the group’s fundraising total to more than £42,000, and Beth plans to host a third event in 2023.

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