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Have a ball with Beckton children’s hospice

07:00 20 September 2012

Tickets for a promised glamorous evening of champagne, music and dancing to raise money for Beckton’s Richard House Children’s Hospice are now on sale.

The event on November 6 is hosted at the Waldorf Hilton, in Aldwych, London and will start at 6.45pm with a champagne reception followed by a three-course meal and auctions.

Money raised will support children with life-threatening and life-limiting illnesses and complex healthcare needs and their families.

Live entertainment will be provided by The Pure Orange Band.

Manjeet Boparai, events manager at Richard House, said: “The annual ball promises to be a glamorous evening, full of fun, mouth watering food and dancing, while raising money for Richard House Children’s Hospice.”

Tickets cost £150 or £1,500 for a table of ten.

More inflormation from Manjeet on (020) 7540 0204 or email manjeetb@richardhouse.org.uk

Keep up to date with what’s happening at Richard House by checking out the Facebook page at www.facebook.com/richardhousech, following us on Twitter @RichardHousech or by visiting www.richardhouse.org.uk

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