Grand Dream-A-Way Ball

PUBLISHED: 17:22 25 February 2009 | UPDATED: 10:32 10 June 2010

Following the huge success of their previous four balls, the local charity Dream-A-Way has announced details of this year s event.

Following the huge success of their previous four balls, the local charity Dream-A-Way has announced details of this year's event.

The Grand Mid-Summer Night's Dream-A-Way Ball will be held, as in previous years, at the home of Exeter Chiefs, Sandy Park, on Saturday, June 20.

The evening's entertainment includes complimentary drinks on arrival, three course meal, a magician and dancing to Soul Agents, once again generously sponsored by George Sloan and Rob Skinner of Timepiece. In addition guests will also be able to enjoy the fun of the MITIE Casino, Irish Bingo, a fantastic auction and some special Dream-A-Way surprises.

Dream-A-Way provide holidays and day trips for disabled and seriously ill people of all ages across the South West.

DAW Chairman Jeff Merrett said: "Once again it promises to be a memorable evening of music and entertainment. In addition, all our guests can take pleasure in knowing that they are helping us to make a real difference to the lives of those less fortunate."

The ticket price has been held at the same as the last ball - £45 per person or £450 for a table of ten.

Mr Merrett said: "This event always proves popular and we have already sold a number of tables so I would encourage anyone who wishes to attend to book as soon as they can."

To request a booking form/menu choice contact Jeff on 07796 442144 or visit the website - www.dream-a-way.co.uk.


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