Sparkle the Night Away at the Diamond Charity Ball

Sparkle the Night Away at the Diamond Charity Ball

Tickets are on sale now for the Diamond Charity Ball - a chance to enjoy good food, dance the night away and raise money for Prostate Cancer UK.

Charity Ball poster

We all have a special man in our lives, whether it's a partner, dad, brother, granddad or friend and this year's ball, on Saturday 8th April, is a great way to help support this charity, which works to help more men survive prostate cancer, the most common cancer in men.

Tickets are now on sale for the black-tie evening, hosted by the Mayor of the Borough of Broxtowe, Councillor Graham Harvey at the award-winning Nottingham Belfry Hotel, Mellors Way, Nottingham.

The event promises to be a dazzling affair starting with a drinks reception, followed by a delicious three course meal. All this for just £35.00 per person as well as a charity raffle with fantastic prizes sponsored by local businesses, dancing to the fabulous Beat Roots Band and a special auction of a Paul Smith handbag worth over £500.

Councillor Harvey said:

"Prostate Cancer UK is a charity very close to my heart and the Ball will be a fantastic way to raise some vital funds, as well as being a fun and fantastic end to what has been a wonderful year as Mayor.

"There are so many families who have been affected by this disease and it would be fantastic to see some of them there as a way to celebrate life together and remember those they have lost to Prostate Cancer."

"I'd also like to thank the local businesses who have supported the event so far by offering sponsorship and donating raffle prizes including United Living, KLG Amazing Glazing, Complete Working, Fifteen, Onyx Goldsmiths Ltd, EHL Solicitors and Greenhoods. If any other local businesses would like to support the event, which is run cost-neutrally with all proceeds being donated the charity, please get in touch with the Civic Office."

Tickets are just £35.00 each and can be purchased online at www.broxtowe.gov.uk/civic 

A special room rate is also on offer for a limited number of rooms for guests staying overnight at the Belfry Hotel.

Prostate Cancer is the most common cancer in men and over 44,000 men are diagnosed with the disease every year - that's more than 120 men every day.

For more information, please contact Broxtowe Borough Council on the details provided.


Contact

Civic Office
tel: 0115 917 3210