Raise a glass to the Ponsford Gin and Jazz Afternoon

24th April 2018

RAISE a glass to St Luke's Hospice as top Sheffield retailer Ponsford hosts an afternoon of Gin and Jazz.

The leading London Road furniture store will be presenting a gin tasting session in outside the Neville Johnson Showroom in the Studio building, with live jazz music from RNCM trained pianist James Barnett, from 1pm to 5pm on Saturday, June 9. A ticket price of just £5 also includes food pairing, with appetisers, nibbles and mixers and there will also be a Guess the Gins competition, with a £1,500 Tom Schneider coffee table as the prize. All profits from the event will go to Sheffield's only hospice. Director Angus Ponsford said: -St Luke's Hospice is a fantastic local charity to partner with. -As a business we're looking to do more events for our surrounding community and want to donate any proceeds to a worthwhile cause. -We can't think of a local charity better placed for us to work alongside and look forward to doing more together in the future. -All we're asking for a small donation of £5. For that guests will get to taste a whole range of premium gins from across the UK along with food pairing and live entertainment. -The fact that it's International Gin Day on Saturday June 9 might also give an added incentive should anyone need it! For more information about the afternoon visit the Latest News Page at ponsford.co.uk For tickets go to Eventbrite.co.uk and look up Ponsford Gin & Jazz Event for St Luke's Hospice. You can also pop into Ponsford and pick up a ticket from the marketing office before the event or on the day.

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