Bradford District Care NHS Foundation Trust charity, Better Lives are hosting an ‘Imagination Ball’ for World Mental Health Day, on Friday 13 October at Walton View Hotel, Bradford.

Robbie Hunter-Paul, ex-Bradford Bulls and New Zealand Rugby League player and Tanya Arnold, Sports Journalist and Former BBC presenter will be hosting the event.

Robbie Hunter-Paul, ex-Rugby League star said: “Mental health is always very important and should never be over-looked. It is great to see the hard work that the Better Lives charity does in supporting the Care Trust. The ball is a great opportunity to promote the importance of mental health and share positivity with everyone on the night. I am delighted to be co-hosting the event alongside Tanya Arnold for an amazing charity and a great evening.”

On the night there will be 240 people from local business in attendance, it will be a celebration of World Mental Health Day that will have a charity auction, a raffle and dancing until late.

Therese Patten, Chief Executive at Bradford District Care NHS Foundation Trust, said: “We are delighted for our Trust’s charity to be able to host such an amazing event in the light of how important mental health is. The Imagination Ball will be a time for people to celebrate at a multicultural event with plenty of activities and some amazing food. Better Lives charity works hard in raising vital funds to ensure that our community has the best services possible to support them. We would also like to kindly thank Enable2, our sponsor of the night.”

The charity raises funds to enhance patient care and go over and above the core services offered. Find out more about the charity: