Ipswich: Don’t miss out on the magic of the Press Ball 2012
ACT quickly or you will miss out!
That was the message from Mick Parker, organiser of the Ipswich and Suffolk Press Ball, a glittering event which see thousands of pounds raised for a number of worthy causes.
Mr Parker said only two tables were remaining at the event, as 32 tables have already been snapped up by generous fundraisers.
The event, which promises to be an evening of pure glitz and glamour, is being held at Trinity Park for the first time in its 16-year history.
Organisers are currently preparing the menu for the glamourous event, which will be held on Friday, June 15. It will benefit the Cystic Fibrosis Trust, the East Anglian Air Ambulance, with a contribution to the charities of the president of the Suffolk Show, Lord Deben.
“It is going to be simply amazing,” Mr Parker said. “I hope on the night we will be able to raise lots of money for the charities.
“We have just two tables left now, so it really will be the last chance for people to get involved in this glamorous evening.”
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The crowds are set to be entertained by R&B star Lemar and the Legendary Old Brown Growlers.
Last year’s event raised more than �17,000 for worthwhile causes. The Cystic Fibrosis Trust was the main beneficiary.
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