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Scarborough Borough's Mayor Launches Charity Ball

Scarborough Borough's Mayor Launches Charity Ball

Published by Karen Liu at 6:31am 15th January 2020. (Updated at 10:23am 15th January 2020)

The Borough of Scarborough Mayor's charity ball has been launched.

It's in partnership with The Rotary Club of Scarborough.

The event's being held at Scarborough Spa's Ocean Room on the 27th of March.

It's in aid of the Mayor's Community Fund. 

Cllr Hazel Lynskey, Mayor of the Borough of Scarborough, said:

"We actually support small, local charities in the Borough; such as Riding for the Disabled and the kickboxing club.

They apply to us and depending on how much money we raise, we actually give all of them something.

The event will have reception drinks, a three course dinner and entertainment, but I think the most exciting thing is the speaker for the evening, which is the one and only Christopher Biggins."

Anyone who would like to go to the charity ball can get tickets from Scarborough Town Hall.

Dress code for the evening will be black tie/lounge suit and cocktail/evening dress.

Tickets, priced at £40 per person, will include a three course meal. Tables of ten places can be purchased together for large groups.

Anyone that would like to reserve tickets or find out more information should email civicoffice@scarborough.gov.uk or call 01723 232423.

You can also get tickets from Scarborough Town Hall.

Cllr Lynskey added:

“I’m delighted that we’ve been able to secure the wonderful Christopher Biggins as our guest speaker.

Everyone on the organising committee is really looking forward to a fantastic evening’s entertainment and the opportunity for different parts of our borough community to come together to raise money for many worthy local causes.

We hope you can join us and help to make this another successful year of fundraising.”

John Riby, President of the Rotary Club of Scarborough, added:

“The Rotary Club is once again delighted to support the Mayor and her team in the organising of what has become an annual event.

The council and Rotary Club have many mutual ambitions, not least in trying to help in the wellbeing of our community.

We are excited by what is being planned for this year’s Mayor’s Ball.

It promises to be a great evening and we hope that the monies raised will be significant and importantly, make a difference for many groups and people borough wide.”

Organisations and individuals that would like to donate a prize for the Grand Draw or an item for the charity auction, or support the event in another way, should email civicoffice@scarborough.gov.uk

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