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Ghoulish Goings On At St George’s Hall This Halloween September 30, 2008

Posted by liverpoolchamber in Charity, Events, Liverpool.
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On Friday 31st October, the grandeur of St George’s Hall will take centre stage for a fabulous black tie ball in aid of raising money for Liverpool Unites, the official charity of the Daily Post and Liverpool ECHO.

Following the massive success of the Liverpool Unites: Concert for Rhys at the ECHO arena in August, the Halloween ball is aimed at local businesses.

An Italian Choir and a champagne reception will kick off the evening followed by a delicious three course dinner provided by Northwest award winning caterers, Carringtons, and an evening of surprises and full entertainment will follow. There is a very special guest appearance from the leading ex Atomic Kitten ‘Natasha Hamilton’, and performances from MD Productions and ‘The Band With No Name’ which all promises to produce a lively evening of entertainment. A charity auction with our surprise celebrity compere and exciting prizes will help to raise further funds for Liverpool Unites.

The Halloween Ball is ticket only and tables of ten are available but selling fast. Tickets are £1000 for a table. Please call 0151 522 9362 to book your tables and to find out further information.

Plus – Liverpool Chamber members will receive a 5% discount if they book a table.

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1. Halloween Decoration - October 1, 2008

I first thought £1000 per table was a very expensive fare but for Charities this a very good action!

Happy Halloween!
AO.


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