News: Ladies Night for PDP

Posted on 29th August 2018

Ladies Night in aid of ECHO (Echo Evelina Children’s Heart Organisation)

 

PDP Services Ltd are organising a Ladies Night Dinner & Dance in aid of ECHO on Saturday 6th October, and need the support of local businesses.

 

Fellow BHBPA members can help to support the event and charity by either buying tickets to the event (click here for details of packages) or by donating a prize for the raffle or auction at the end of the night.

 

Do you think you’d be able to help? Your business would be advertised on the night as there will be a board and posters displaying logos of companies that have donated and your business would also get mentioned when the auction is taking place.

 

Here is a link to the ECHO website if you wanted to find out more about the charity.

 

For more information please call Paul, Mel or Su on 01444 480444 or email paul@pdp.services.

 

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