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Last year's Fundraising Ball was a huge success, we're joining up again with a number of other local charities who support children and special needs and disabilities to make this year's Ball even more fun, as we celebrate our 10th Anniversary. The ticket price for this black tie event includes a glass of fizz on arrival, a three course dinner (with vegetarian option), and a fantastic live covers band playing pop hits to encourage everyone on to the dance floor.
During the evening, there will also be opportunities to win prizes on the tombola, and our favourite compere John Williams from 'My Son's Not Rainman' returns to take charge of the auction. The Mayor of Reading will be guest of honour, and there will be a few extra surprises to celebrate our 10th Anniversary.
Tickets for the ball cost just £40 plus an optional book of ten raffle tickets, with a top prize of £1000 John Lewis Vouchers. Why not invite family and friends to make up a table of ten, or book individual tickets and join one of the Parenting Special Children tables.
The Hilton Hotel Reading is also offering specially discounted rates for guests who wish to stay over. Please contact the hotel directly on 0118 9169000 to take advantage of this offer.
Please support Parenting Special Children by booking your tickets online through this page. You can pay online by Credit or Debit Card, or by PayPal. Alternatively, if you wish to pay by cheque, please select 'Show other payment options' just underneath the green 'Order Now' button, and then on the second page choose 'Other payment options' at the bottom of the page.
There are a limited number of tickets available, so please book as soon as possible. The deadline for ticket sales is Monday 31st October.
If you, or your company would like to donate a prize or service for the raffle and auction, please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Parenting Special Children
Supporting Berkshire families who have children and young people with special needs.