Tickets on sale for Mayor’s Ball

PUBLISHED: 06:30 22 March 2016

Exmouth mayor, Maddy chapman, and her secretary, Julie Gregory, promoting the Mayor's Spring Charity Ball in aid of Cystic Fibrosis. Ref exe 11-16AW 1022. Picture: Alex Walton

Exmouth mayor, Maddy chapman, and her secretary, Julie Gregory, promoting the Mayor's Spring Charity Ball in aid of Cystic Fibrosis. Ref exe 11-16AW 1022. Picture: Alex Walton

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Tickets are now on sale for this year’s Mayor’s Ball, which is raising money to help young people with cystic fibrosis.

The event will be at the Ocean complex on Exmouth seafront on Saturday, April 30.

It will support Exmouth mayor Maddy Chapman’s chosen charitable cause for the year, which is the provision of a garden at the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital for people with cystic fibrosis, allowing them to exercise outdoors. Patients with cystic fibrosis are unable to use the main hospital gym due to the risk of cross contamination.

Tickets are available to buy now from Exmouth Town Hall and from Ocean, priced at £32.50 each.

The evening will feature a three-course dinner, dancing to live music from The Lateshift, and a performance by Exmouth Musical Theatre Company.

The dress code is black tie or lounge suit.

Doors will open at 6.15pm for a 7pm start.

Councillor Chapman said: “I look forward to seeing you all at this prestigious event to raise as much money as possible for this very worthwhile charity.”


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