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Published on January 26th, 2016 | by admin

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Mayor’s Ball Flies the Flag for St George’s Day

The Mayor of Solihull, Cllr Glenis Slater, officially launched the annual Mayor’s Charity Ball to take place on Saturday 23 April 2016. The black tie ball will be St George’s Day themed and will be a celebration of traditional English values.

The ball will be dedicated to raising money for the Teenage Cancer Trust as well as the other Mayoral charities. Tickets for the event are £45 and include a three-course dinner, dancing and entertainment including the internationally acclaimed Beatlemania tribute band.

The Mayor said “I am thoroughly looking forward to what will be a fantastic event with great live music and some top prizes to be won. This is a great opportunity to raise as much money as we can to support the work done by the Teenage Cancer Trust. They are a charity that do a wonderful job in very difficult circumstances to look after teenagers who are fighting cancer.

I know that the residents of Solihull are very generous and am sure they will get behind this great cause. The ball will be a celebration of all that is great about England and should be a fabulous evening.”

As well as attending the ball there are a variety of sponsorship opportunities available for local businesses, including donating prizes for the auction and tombola.

The event will held at St Johns Hotel, Solihull and tickets are available from the Mayor’s Office by contacting mayor@solihull.gov.uk or 0121 704 6023.


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