Get your tickets for the 2017 Mayor’s charity ball

Published: Thursday 23rd February 17

Tickets are now available for this year’s Wandsworth Mayoral Charity Spring Ball on April 6.

Local residents and businesses can buy their tickets between now and March 30 for the black tie event. Sponsorship packages are also available.

The evening includes drinks and canapés followed by a three-course dinner, a charity auction and raffle, a live band and dancing, plus the chance to hobnob with mayor Richard Field

“I am delighted to be hosting the Wandsworth Mayoral Spring Charity Ball 2017. Our inaugural ball last year was a great success and raised a substantial amount for local charities. This year I would like to increase that achievement,” said Cllr Field.

“The Mayoral Ball is an opportunity to have a fun night out right here in the heart of Wandsworth and contribute to two very worthwhile causes.

“We are continuing to grow in reputation as a borough which supports and encourages business growth, and enjoys everything Wandsworth has to offer. One of our greatest assets is our people and I am pleased to host the Mayoral Spring Charity Ball to pay tribute to those who provide care and support to our children in our community.”

Tickets cost £69 each, £599 for table of ten and £499 for tables of eight. Sponsorship packages are also available, which will include the chance to promote your business in publicity material.

The charities benefiting are:

Shooting Start Chase – a hospice supporting families from diagnosis to end of life and throughout bereavement.

CCHF All About Kids – providing residential activity and respite breaks for children aged 7-11 affected by domestic violence, bullying, dangerous environments and caring responsibilities.

To enquire about becoming a sponsor partner or donating raffle or auction items, please contact the Mayor’s office by emailing pbattista@wandsworth.gov.uk or phoning (020) 8871 6044

To buy tickets online visit www.billetto.co.uk/mayors-charity-ball

Last year's event

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