Following on from organising three well-attended Balls, former Harrow Mayoress Awula Serwah is organising Fine Dining Plus Dinner & Ball II - a BTWSC and African Histories Revisited Fundraising Dinner in aid of Médecins Sans Frontières UK at Best Western Cumberland Hotel, 1-3 St. Johns Road, Harrow HA1 2EF.
Dress Code: Black tie or traditional attire.
"Particularly as we recall the PAST in marking African History Season, please bear in that that YOU can make a difference to FUTURE history by what you do TODAY. Please support this initiative."
Please Note: This event aims to raise awareness of work being done in tackling the ebola outbreak in certain parts of West Africa, and to raise funds to support the work of Medecins Sans Frontieres UK (charity number 1026588), particularly in purchasing full protective kits for frontline health workers.
Cost of essential items:
Protective mask £0.67
Plastic apron £4.05
Plastic goggles £5.16
Protective suit £16.41
Rubber boots £9.22
Total (full kit) £38.17
YOU can support by:
a) buying tickets
b) making donations
c) buying raffle tickets, or
d) supplying items for raffle or auction (for more details, contact Awula Serwah via email@example.com 0743 827 8890).
Tables seat 10 and 12. Please come prepared to financially support by buying raffle tickets or bidding for auction items.
If you enjoy fine dining, good company drawn from a wide sector of the community, and music that appeals to mature tastes, then this event is for you.
Please Note: There is a booking and C/C fee per online TICKET sales, but not DONATIONs. There are no refunds, but tickets are transferrable.
To pay by cheque, first contact Awula Serwah via firstname.lastname@example.org. After receiving confirmation that tickets are available, please send cheque made payable to Bstop.net with MSF UK written at the back, to BTWSC, P O Box 14092, London NW10 1WL, or by bank transfer to the Bstop.net account with MSF UK as reference.
Harrow Mayoress Ball 2014:
When & Where
BTWSC Events/African Histories Revisited
BTWSC is a pan-London voluntary organisation that uses the creative arts to develop potential, raise aspirations, and promote social inclusion. It works with youths, adults and inter-generational audiences. Its core areas of delivery cover music industry, event planning, and African history education and programmes. For more details: email@example.com.
Please note that because of non-attendance, we over-book all free events, so entry and sitting is on a first come, first served basis.
Please note that we photograph and/or film/video our events. NO Filming/Video recording events by attendees without prior permission from organisers.