Diamonds are Forever Ball

24th October 2012

Join us for a fantastic evening at the 'Diamonds are Forever Ball', which will be held on Friday 23rd November at Baldwins Omega, Brincliffe Hill, Sheffield.

The evening will celebrate the best bits of James Bond films over the years, and is sponsored by the local Napoleons Casino, Ecclesall Road, who will be running a fun charity casino on the evening where you can try your luck on the blackjack table and roulette wheel! Diamonds can really be yours forever as the night will also feature a sparkling chance to win a beautiful diamond worth over £1000 from PA Jewellery, amongst other fantastic prizes. Once you've been shaken and stirred on the dancefloor, guests are invited to Napoleons Ecclesall Road, who will also be hosting the exclusive VIP after party. All profits from the evening will go to Whirlow Hall Farm Trust, so that we can continue to offer a fantastic learning experience to the children of Sheffield and South Yorkshire. Tickets are £45 each or £450 for a table and can be booked by contacting the events team on 0114 235 2678 or or visiting . Dress code Black tie and sparkle!

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