Secret Garden Ball to celebrate anniversary year

John Taylor Hospice has announced a magical theme for its 110th anniversary ball.

The charity, which has provided care for local families since 1910, will host a Secret Garden Ball at the National Motorcycle Museum in Solihull on Friday 5 June 2020.

Tickets and sponsorship opportunities for the glittering event are available now and, as well as marking a significant milestone, the hospice hopes to raise as much money as possible to help support its vital work.

Eloise Davidson, Corporate Fundraising Manager at John Taylor Hospice, said: “Our charity balls are always fantastic fun and this event promises to be extra special as we celebrate our 110th anniversary year.

“At our magical Secret Garden Ball guests can enjoy a VIP drinks reception and a delicious three-course meal. Throughout the night there will be live entertainment and lots of exciting surprises – as well as the chance to win some fabulous prizes in our auction and raffle.

“Everyone who supports us by buying a ticket, or through sponsorship, will be helping to provide much-needed care for families in Birmingham and Sutton Coldfield and ensuring that care can continue to be there for more families into the future.”

Guests enjoying last year’s Glitter Ball

Book your ticket before 31 January 2020 for an early-bird rate of £55 for individual tickets or £500 for a table of ten.

To find out more about sponsorship opportunities please contact the Fundraising Team on 0121 728 6739, email [email protected] or visit www.johntaylorhospice.org.uk/secretgardenball

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