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Preston Mayor’s charity ball to raise money for Heartbeat

Posted on - 9th March, 2017 - 12:00pm | Author - | Posted in - Charities, Preston Guild Hall, Preston News, Things to Do in and around Preston, What's On in Preston
Guests enjoying themselves at a previous Mayor's ball
Guests enjoying themselves at a previous Mayor’s ball

The Mayor of Preston will be holding a charity ball to raise money for a very worthy cause.

Councillor John Collins has had the honour of being the Mayor and plans to hold a fantastic evening of jazz, along with a three course Dinner.

The ball will be taking place at Preston Guild Hall on Friday 30 March from 7pm-12am.

The cost of a ticket is £30 and all proceeds will are being donated to the Heartbeat charity, the North West’s leading cardiac rehabilitation charity.

Read more: How this Preston businessman is helping charities

Heartbeat specialises in providing services and support for heart patients and those at risk to it.

They hope to reduce the of cardiovascular disease within North West communities through rehabilitation, information, advice, education and lifestyle support.

Guests will have the pleasure of enjoying drinks on arrival and having a three course dinner.

There will also be a blind auction and raffle on the night along with a selection of music and dancing up until midnight.

The music throughout the evening will be provided by Silver Bell Jazz Band.

To get tickets, you can contact Barbara Bradley on 01772 906391 and email b.bradley@preston.gov.uk or contact Charlotte Little on 01772 906818 and c.little@preston.gov.uk.

Alternatively you can get hold of tickets directly from Heartbeat reception, or by phone on 01772 717147 or email michelle.hunt@heartbeat-nwcc.org.uk.

Will you be attending the Mayor’s charity ball? Have you visited the Guild Hall recently? Let us know in the comments below

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