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FrontpageWhat’s OnMusic NightlifeThings to do in BathBath pub to host fundraising night for women with postnatal depressionPrizes include tickets to Thermae Bath Spa and and a 100 voucher for Hudson SteakhouseByHarriet NobleWhat’s On editor16:52, 16 MAR 2018Kerrie Hughes and baby Rex (Image: Kerrie Hughes) Get Daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailFramptons bar is hosting a fundraising night on Friday, May 11 for women suffering from postnatal depression and anxiety.The event, entitled Mother of All Nights, will feature food, drinks and a huge raffle, with prizes including tickets to Thermae Bath Spa and and a voucher for Hudson Steakhouse.Mother Of All Nights is being organised by Bath mums Kerrie Hughes and Gemma Abbott.After being diagnosed with postnatal depression, Kerrie set up community blog Mother Bluffer in order to help celebrate and support mums.Kerrie Hughes said: ” I know postnatal depression can be a really dark, lonely place.”Many women feel guilt, shame and embarrassment but there are so many women who suffer from postnatal depression and it’s really important that they know they are not alone.”One of the big issues is that many women don’t know that there are local services out there that can help and this is why Gemma and I are doing the fundraising event.Framptons Bar are hosting the event”It’s going to be a really fun night. We’ve got some amazing raffle prizes Bath businesses have been so generous and we are inviting ladies to come down to Framptons and enjoy a great night out.”All money raised will go to Bluebell, a charity which provides services to help families manage their emotional wellbeing during pregnancy and after birth. Currently, Bluebell are based in Bristol but are hoping to establish a base in Bath.Sam Westlake, Director of Framptons says: “We’re delighted to be hosting the Mother of all Nights to raise funds for postnatal mental health services in Bath.”Our company ethos is one of community and making a difference so anything we can do to help this brilliant cause is a privilege.”Our new head chef Sam Stone will be whipping up a storm in the kitchen and I know the organisers have a few surprises in store so it’s sure to be a fun evening!”(Image: Kerrie Hughes)How do I get tickets? Tickets cost (plus a small booking fee), for which you get entry to the venue, access to a delicious buffet and one raffle entry..