Macmillan Raceday at Doncaster Racecourse

5th November 2013

Join us for a VIP Charity Luncheon in the Royal Box overlooking the winners enclosure and winning line with a private bar and Tote.

The Racecourse will play host to between 8,000 and 10,000 race-goers on the day. From a business perspective, it's a great opportunity to entertain customers, thank suppliers or reward colleagues, whilst also giving something back at a time when we traditionally think of family, friends and loved ones. Tickets for the luncheon are £100 each which includes a 3 course meal and a glass of wine with the benefits of the Royal Box as mentioned above. Receive a special discount for booking a table of 10 for £900. Macmillan is investing over £2 million in new projects across South Yorkshire. We hope to raise over £15,000 from this event to support this work. As you'll appreciate, cancer is something that affects most of us at some point during our lives. Macmillan is a source of support for people affected by cancer and their families. We provide medical, emotional, practical and financial support, and we push for better cancer care. If you'd like to see more about the event, you can do so here Macmillan Doncaster Raceday 2013. If you would like tickets and to pay by credit or debit card, please call 020 7840 4747 and quote Doncaster Raceday. Alternatively, please get in touch if you prefer to pay by cheque. We hope you're able to join us and help raise vital funds for those affected by cancer. Many thanks, Amy Hebdon Fundraising Manager 07809 554965,

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