Katharine House Hospice & The Rotary Club of Stafford Castle host first Spring Ball!


L-R  – Colin Martindale, Rotary Club of Stafford Castle, Lisa Carson, Events Fundraiser at KHH and Richard Mitcherson, Rotary Club of Stafford Castle

 

Katharine House Hospice are working with the Rotary Club of Stafford Castle to present the first ever Spring Ball and are inviting local people to come along to what promises to be a glamorous evening of celebration, fabulous food, money-can’t-buy prizes and live music!

The Ball, which is being held on Friday 31st March at Staffordshire County Showground, will feature well-known local band, The Cartoon Kings who will entertain guests with a wide range of songs guaranteed to get everyone up on the dance floor.

Katharine House Hospice Events Fundraiser, Lisa Carson said

“We are delighted to be working with the Rotary Club of Stafford Castle this year to present the first Katharine House Hospice Spring Ball! The Cartoon Kings are an amazing well-known local band, sure to get everyone up on their feet. We have a delicious menu in store for our guests, together with our fabulous auction lots with money-can’t-buy items. This is set to be a night to remember and we are urging people to book early to avoid disappointment.”

You’re guaranteed a fantastic evening when The Cartoon Kings are on stage!

Since the Ball is very kindly being sponsored by Arnold Clark, more of the money raised on the night will go towards ensuring Katharine House Hospice can continue to provide vital free care for people in Stafford and the surrounding areas who are living with life-limiting illnesses, as well as supporting their families.

Corporate Fundraiser at Katharine House Hospice, Holly Addison said

“We are so grateful to Arnold Clark for their generous sponsorship. They have continued to support our Annual Ball for 9 years now which is incredible and their support means that even more money raised from the Spring Ball will go towards providing free care at the hospice”

The evening has a black tie and evening dress code, and doors open from 7pm with dinner at 8pm prompt, and then carriages from 1am. Tickets are priced at £38 per person and are available up until 24th March from www.khhospice.org.uk or by calling 01785 270808.