‘Putting on the Ritz’ for baby heart charity
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A Suffolk event planner is organising a 1920s-themed soiree in aid of infant heart disease charity Tiny Tickers.
Pink Lemonade Productions is staging the event at the Crowne Plaza Five Lakes, in Maldon, Essex, on May 2.
Natalie Moloney, who chose Tiny Tickers as her Woodbridge firm’s charity of the year, said: “We can’t wait to transform the venue into a glamorous and decadent speakeasy.
“We are holding a diamond draw, raffle and an auction on the night as we have received some very generous donations from local businesses.
“This charity means a lot to me and members of our fundraising committee. We have all been affected in some way by congenital heart defects, so this is a cause we truly believe in and are dedicated to raising awareness of.”
Tickets for the 1920s Speakeasy Ball are £50, including three-course dinner, wine and welcome drink. The Big Band Swing Machine and flapper dancers will provide entertainment.
To book, call 01394 548144, email firstname.lastname@example.org or go to facebook.com/pinklemonadeproductions.
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