Kent residents are in for a treat with the return of the Kent Party Night in October. The event, in aid of the Children’s Charity Action Medical Research, will be held at The Great Danes Hotel in Maidstone on Saturday 2 October. Guests will enjoy a drinks reception followed by a three-course meal and live entertainment from 80s band Go West, as well as a money can’t buy auction and raffle packed with incredible prizes.
We’re really pleased Kent’s own Shaun Williams (aka Barry from EastEnders) will be hosting the event as the MC and look forward to welcoming back our loyal supporters to an entertaining evening after such a difficult period for so many.
Paula Ray, Action Medical Research’s Community Fundraising Manager for the region, says: “We’re delighted to welcome Richard Drummie and Peter Cox from Go West back to Maidstone for the 6th annual Party Night and with Shaun at the helm as MC, it is sure to be an evening to remember.
“This will be a much-needed chance to have a dance to some of Go West’s hits, have a laugh and party the night away with your friends. It’s going to be a popular evening and tickets are already selling fast.”
If you want to spend a great evening with friends and raise money to help save and change children's lives, then buy your tickets now – priced at £600, for a table of 10 – from action.org.uk/kentparty.
Action have got everything crossed that restrictions will be lifted on June 21st, but we don’t want anything to hold you back from joining us at the Kent Party Night. So, we want to reassure you that if we cannot go ahead with the event due to COVID-19, we will offer you the chance to defer your ticket to 2022 or receive a full refund.
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Images can be found here www.dropbox.com/home/Kent%20Party%20Night%202021.
For more information on Action Medical Research, please contact Paula Ray, Community Fundraising Manager:
T: 07901 712 510
Action Medical Research is a leading UK-wide charity saving and changing children’s lives through medical research. For nearly 70 years we’ve helped pioneer ways to prevent disease and develop treatments benefiting millions of people. Our research has helped to beat polio in the UK, develop ultrasound in pregnancy, fight meningitis and prevent stillbirths. But we urgently need to develop more new treatments and cures for sick babies and children and we can’t do it without you. Join our fight for little lives today.
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