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2013 Lord Mayor's Charity Ball
Release date: Tue, 19/02/2013
Anyone buying tickets for Bristol’s Lord Mayor’s Charity Masked Ball this spring can rest assured their support will make a difference to less fortunate children in the city and immediate local area. The Charity Ball is a key element in the Lord Mayor’s annual charity appeal for children, which each year helps to raise thousands of pounds.
The 2013 Charity Masked Ball takes place at City Hall on Saturday, March 23. Tickets cost £60 per person and include: a drinks reception; three-course banquet with wine; music; dancing and lots of fun and surprises to make the evening one to remember.
Dress is formal - with ball gowns, dinner jackets, black tie or lounge suits……oh, and masks - so a chance for everyone to dress up and have fun - and all in a good cause. To add to the evening’s masked theme, there will also be a parade of the “mask” with spot prizes for best mask.
Bristol’s Lord Mayor, Peter Main, said: “The Charity Ball is a an important part of the Lord Mayor’s fundraising work and best of all, it makes a real difference to children in need in Bristol.
“An evening Ball is great for getting people together and celebrating something special with family and friends. An evening Charity Ball is even better, as it is a chance to acknowledge our own good fortune and directly help others less fortunate.”
· For more information about the Lord Mayor’s Charity Masked Ball and to reserve tickets, visit the Bristol Lord Mayor's website.