On Saturday 15 December the Forest Green Rovers Football Club in Stroud will be transformed for the annual Meningitis Trust Snow Ball – which will also be commemorating the charity’s 21st anniversary.
Guests will be treated to a champagne reception followed by a three-course dinner and luxury auction, all in the setting of what organisers promise will be a stunning winter wonderland.
Toni Collier from the Meningitis Trust commented: ‘The Snow Ball has something for everyone, whether you bring your partner or go with a group of friends, or whether you’re a business wanting to treat your employees to a great night out. After the meal and auction, the disco will give everyone the chance to groove the night away before carriages arrive at 1am.’
Ball goers will also be raising much needed funds for the Meningitis Trust, as money raised will go towards providing ongoing practical and emotional support to people affected by meningitis.
Tickets for the ball cost £40 per person including the Champagne reception and three-course meal.
Event: The Meningitis Trust Winter Ball
Venue: Forest Green Rovers Football Club
Date: Saturday 15 December 2007
Times: From 7.30pm to 1am
Tickets: Cost £40 per person including, available by calling Toni Collier on (01453) 769027.
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