Tickets now on sale for Prince and Princesses Charity Ball

Come along to the charity fundraiser on 26th April in aid of some of the little Princes and Princesses that are currently running fundraising campaigns on the Isle of Wight.

Prince and Princesses

Thanks to Michaela for sharing details of this brilliant fundraiser. Ed

The night will be a chance for ladies to put on their princess dresses (those ones that generally sit in the wardrobe and you wish you had an excuse to wear!) and gents to pull out their best attire (Prince and Princess attire is not compulsory, formal suits/tuxedos and evening dress is perfectly acceptable) and join us for a night of music, raffles and small auction.

A hot fork buffet meal is included in the price, as is a raffle ticket to a prize yet to be confirmed! Further tickets for other prizes will be available on the night.

Funds will be split equally between the following Island beneficiaries:

Kissypuppy (Sophie’s legacy)
Chelsea’s Wishes
Finley’s Fund
Help Gracie-May walk campaign
The Katie Baxter Bed fund

The organisers of this event make no money from it whatsoever and all monies raised after expenditure will be donated.

A huge thank you must also go to the Inn on the Green at Newclose Cricket Ground for donating the use of their amazing marquee for the night.

To purchase tickets please email or with details of how many tickets you would like.

Tickets are priced at £20 each for adults and £10 per child (12 and under). Whole table (8 people) is £140. Tables of ten are also available for £180.

Please note that whilst children are more than welcome there is no entertainment organised directly for them.

Tickets need to be bought by the 31 March so that I can give numbers to the caterers and sort table plans.

For more details visit the event page on Facebook.

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Wednesday, 15th January, 2014 11:03am



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