Charity Valentine’s Ball 2014

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How do you celebrate Valentines Day? For most of us it's flowers, chocolates or a
candlelit dinner for two, but why not have a fantastic night out with friends and let
us do all the hard work while you sit back and enjoy!

On Saturday 15th February 2014, The Foundation will be taking away the stress of organising your own special occasion by hosting a Charity Valentines Ball at The Park Royal Hotel in Stretton.

For just £550 per table of ten, you and your guests can be enjoying a welcoming drink before making your way to the Royal Suite for a delicious 4-course meal. During the evening you can try your luck on the Casino Tables or simply dance the night away.

This is an evening where you can help raise funds towards the Foundation's programmes, an evening with a feel good factor but more importantly, an evening where you can help to better the lives and futures of others.

MC for the night is Granada's very own;

PAUL CRONE

Entertainment provided by;

WAYNE FARROW

MAGICIANS IN BLACK (close up table magic)

PLUS

DISCO & CASINO

To download the booking form please click here. For all enquiries and to send back your booking form please contact Wendy Parry, on 01925 581234 or at wendy.parry@foundation4peace.org. 

 


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