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Following the ‘James Bond’ themed fundraising event last year, which raised over £8,000 for the BALI Chalk Fund, the South Thames Regional Committee have this year organised yet another spectacular evening of entertainment at the Hilton Metropole Hotel in Brighton.

The ‘Classic Hollywood’ themed event will once again raise money for the BALI Chalk Fund with various fundraising activities, including a special charity auction, which will run throughout the evening.

The BALI Chalk Fund was established in 1975 to support education and training in the landscape sector. Most recently the charity has established strong links with BALI’s GoLandscape initiative and other like-minded organisations to assist with delivering its key educational objectives.

The evening will begin with a dazzling drinks reception (watch out for paparazzi on the way in!), followed by a three-course meal with wine, a live band and DJ. Celebrate in true Hollywood style with a spectacular and fun evening that you won't forget.

Sponsorship opportunities are still available so if you would like to support the BALI Chalk Fund, as well as attend and celebrate in style, please contact Events Project Manager Leah Brookes on +44(0)24 7518 5613 or email leah.brookes@bali.org.uk.

Tickets

Available for members and non-members priced at £110 per ticket for members, £125 per ticket for non-members and £1,000 for a table of 10.

To book your place please visit the event page here.

Attire

Dress to impress as your favourite movie character or actor, black tie and party dresses. Think Marilyn Monroe, Humphrey Bogart, Audrey Hepburn, Cary Grant…..

Date

Friday 30 August 2019

Time

Drinks reception from 6pm. Carriages at 1am.

Location

Hilton Brighton Metropole Hotel, Kings Road, Brighton, BN1 2FU

To receive further information about the event, please contact Senior Membership Officer Emily Feeney on +44(0)24 7669 8658 or email emily.feeney@bali.org.uk.

For sponsorship opportunities or auction donations please contact Events Project Manager Leah Brookes on +44(0)24 7518 5613 or email leah.brookes@bali.org.uk.

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