Co-op links up with press ball
WHAT better way to enjoy the football than to sit back with your England supporter's kit and a ready supply of cool beer.That's exactly what one lucky footie fan will be doing thanks to the Ipswich and Norwich Co-op who have donated a top prize to this year's Press Ball tombola.
WHAT better way to enjoy the football than to sit back with your England supporter's kit and a ready supply of cool beer.
That's exactly what one lucky footie fan will be doing thanks to the Ipswich and Norwich Co-op who have donated a top prize to this year's Press Ball tombola.
A chilli egg fridge and an England supporter's kit are up for grabs and are ideal prizes for the those wanting to enjoy the beautiful game.
The fridge is the perfect size for stocking up on your favourite beverage and can be kept by your side throughout the tournament while the supporters kit will make you look just the part.
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The Evening Star Press Ball will take place on Friday, June 25 during the quarter-finals of Euro 2004.
Now in its seventh year, all proceeds from the ball go directly to Disability Care Enterprise (DCE) to help improve the lives of youngsters with disabilities.
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From trampolines to specialised buggies the money helps buy all sorts of things for them and their families.
So far the event has raised more than £160,000 and with top raffle and auction prizes, organisers hope to raise at least £20,000 this year.
Miriam Harrup, communications and community manager for the Ipswich and Norwich Co-op said: "We are delighted to join with the Evening Star in raising money for DCE.
"The charity helps many local children and we hope that this year's Press Ball is a great success, enabling them to continue their excellent work."
The prize includes an England supporter's kit to help you get behind the national team and provide some added magic.
And with the Starry Potter theme of the Press Ball there should also be some magic on the night.
Other raffle prizes include a Cadillac for a night with champagne, £100 of Girls Love Roses vouchers, dinner for two at Scotts and gym membership.
nTickets for the ball, which is being held at the County Hotel, Copdock have now sold out but donations to the cause can still be made.
These should be made out to Disability Care Enterprise and sent c/o Geraldine Thompson, Editor's Secretary, Evening Star, 30 Lower Brook Street, Ipswich IP4 1AN.