Mayor’s Majazztic Charity Evening Benefits Broxtowe

28/03/24 - Over £750.00 was raised on Friday 22 March at the Mayor’s ‘All That Jazz’ charity dinner at the Beeston Youth and Community Centre. The evening featured the sensational Shell’s Belles with guest singer Jeanie Barton, who wowed guests with their super swing set list.

Over 100 people attended the event but the real stars of the evening were Pulp Friction, who cooked and served the scrumptious Sicilian-themed three course feast. Pulp Friction CIC are a social enterprise who work with people who have learning disabilities and/or Autism to develop their social independence and work-readiness skills.The Mayor's All That Jazz Charity Dinner

Mayor of the Borough of Broxtowe, Councillor Teresa Cullen said:

“My year in office has been focused on the community, and I wanted to make my charity dinner a reflection of that. Friday was a community event held in our fabulous community hall with the best of our community providing the food and entertainment.”

The evening finished with a charity raffle with prizes from Broxtowe-based businesses GH Hurt, Rassams, Greenfingers and many more.

All proceeds raised on the night go to the Mayor’s chosen charity, the Broxtowe Community Fund – a charitable trust set up to support Broxtowe’s charities and local organisations.

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