'Fundraising night of the year' will help poorly children's wishes come true
FUNDRAISING is black and white for a children's charity.
Tickets are now on sale for When You Wish Upon A Star's annual black and white ball.
The event, which is the highlight of the children's charity's fundraising calendar, will take place at the Forest Pines Hotel, near Brigg on Saturday, May 11.
The charity, whose regional branch is run by mother and daughter Pat Wright and Joanne Heywood, makes dreams come true for children with terminal and life-threatening illnesses.
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As well as organising an annual trip to see Father Christmas in Lapland, the charity grants a variety of different wishes to poorly children throughout the year – from meeting Fireman Sam to watching Manchester United.
This year's ball will mark the 18th year of fundraising and wish granting in the region.
Guests will enjoy a three-course meal, plus coffee, and will have the opportunity to take part in a raffle and auction.
Entertainment will be provided by Hull vocalist Lee Davison who will be singing into the early hours.
Joanne said: "This is always the highlight of our fundraising calendar and this year is no exception.
"We believe it is going to be a wonderful night, with lots in store to treat our guests to an amazing night.
"It always sells out very quickly though, so we would urge people to get in touch as soon as possible if they are interested in coming along and helping us to make a few dreams come true."
Tickets for the event cost £45 per person, with a few tables of 10 and 12 still available. The charity may also be able to accommodate smaller parties on shared tables.
For information or a booking form, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01472 827100.