Have you booked your tickets to attend this fabulous Gala Dinner in aid of the Heals UK Foundation?
The Welsh Charity Event & Gala Dinner is on Friday 21st of November at the Mercure Holland House Hotel & Spa:
Come and join Heals UK at their charity black tie event, for a fantastic evening of entertainment.
You will be in great company and you will be showing your support for the important work of the Heals UK Foundation at the same time.
At the HEALS UK Foundation, those in the greatest need and the vulnerable are at the heart of what they do.
Charity Event Details:
Enjoy a three course meal at the
4* Mercure Holland House Hotel & Spa, in Cardiff, South Wales – “recently voted the best place in the UK to live”
Dance the night away with the sensational James Clode Band:
Auction kindly provided by:
Wales most capped Football player and Ex Everton Goalkeeper
Winner of the 400 metres gold medal at the World Indoor Championships in 1999, and silver medals in the 4 x 400m relay at both the Olympic Games and World Championships
Margaret is founder of The Patchwork Traditional Food Company, Patchwork Pate and Patron of The HEALS UK Foundation.
Margaret is a mentor for The Prince’s Trust and Dynamo, she also sits on several government entrepreneurial policy development boards and initiatives.
Tickets for this prestigious event are £60 per head
If you would like to attend the VIP Reception and the Gala Dinner, there are a limited number of tickets available at £80 per head
To book your tickets on line for the Welsh Charity Event & Gala Dinner please follow the link.
Or please contact Heals UK directly via their contact page.
Our charity is working nationally to help, empower and support local communities to make a real difference.
Our aim; is to ensure that those who are disadvantaged and facing personal crisis, can access support that will help them get through traumatic times.
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