News: Mayor’s Charity Ball

Posted on 11th October 2018

Burgess Hill Town Mayor Cllr Chris Cherry is holding the first ever Mayor’s Charity Ball on Saturday 17th. November. It will be held at the Hickstead Hotel RH17 5NZ. Starting at 7pm for 7.30pm, there will be a welcome drink on arrival, a sumptuous four course meal, after dinner speaker, and music to dance the night away.

The optional theme for the evening is ‘Gatsby 1920’s’  and the dress is formal or lounge suits for chaps and elegant for women. Carriages will be at midnight.

The cost of this prestigious event is £40 per head and tickets can be obtained from sara@burgesshill.gov.uk or Chrischerryuk@yahoo.co.uk. All proceeds will go to the Mayors charities, the Friends of Woodlands Mead, and Help For Heros.

Also there will be a raffle and if you or your company can offer a unique prize for this event the Mayor would be most grateful. Please email chrischerryuk@yahoo if you can help.

Thank you

Councilor Chris Cherry Mayor

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