Charity Ball

12th September 2013

You are cordially invited to the Inaugural Children's Type 1 Diabetes (ToD) Halloween Ball in Association with the Children's Hospital Charity.

On Saturday 26th October 2013 at Cutlers Hall Sheffield.  The evening will commence with a drinks reception at 7.00pm followed by an award winning 3 course dinner at 7.45pm including wine and after dinner coffee & mints.  The evening will include live music by Jazz singer Jon Colgrave, charity raffle, auction and disco. Dress: Black Tie Carriages at 12.15am  To reserve your tickets please e-mail Kidswithtod@gmail.com or contact the organisers on: 07739 518414 Tickets: available at £45.00 per person. Cheques should be made payable to 'ToD Fund' For further information about the event and the auction please visit our Blog: http://www.kidswithtod.blogspot.co.uk A brochure will be sent to all guests nearer the time to showcase the auction donations.   All proceeds made from the evening will go to fund Research into Type 1 Diabetes at Sheffield Children's Hospital. We hope you can join us at what promises to be a fabulous evening.  

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