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Prince’s Trust Diamond Ball November 6, 2008

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diamondSt George’s Hall, Liverpool
7pm, Tuesday 9 December
Dress code: Black tie

Chamber members The Princes Trust would like to invite you along to their Diamond Ball…

Now in its 5th Year, The Prince’s Trust Diamond Ball 2008, the highlight of Merseyside’s Christmas social calendar, is back!

Following on from last year’s highly successful event, we’re holding this year’s festive bash within the magnificent surroundings of St. George’s Hall in Liverpool’s city centre. And we’re thrilled to announce that BBC Radio Merseyside’s Willie Miller has agreed to be our host on the night.

Join us for this wonderful evening, beginning with a Champagne reception and followed by an exquisite dinner followed by entertainment and dancing in the Great Hall.

Returning for the fifth time are our main sponsors; Credit Suisse and David M Robinson the jewellers, who have once again kindly donated a £10,000 diamond ring to be raffled at midnight – could you be the lucky winner? We are also thrilled to welcome as a new sponsor Halliwells LLP.

We promise there’s no better way to celebrate the start of the Christmas season with friends, colleagues and clients alike – whilst raising funds for a very important cause. Last year’s Ball was attended by over 450 party goers, raising more than £60,000 for the work of The Prince’s Trust in our region.

Tables of 10 are available for £1,500 and it is advisable that you book early to avoid disappointment. If you would like to attend on the evening or want to find out more, please contact Sharon Griffiths on 01244 403067 or send her an email.

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1. Mike O'Connor - November 19, 2008

Hi Sharon,
Will there be the opportunity to buy tickets for couples rather than tables of ten.
What type of music is to be played? Will it be Ball music or Disco, i.e. will there be the opportunity for Ballroom dancing?
Regards.


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