Weston mayor will host ball for two charities

PUBLISHED: 14:00 16 January 2018

Cllr Jos Holder and Cllr Roz Willis. (Picture: Simon Parry).

Cllr Jos Holder and Cllr Roz Willis. (Picture: Simon Parry).

Sub - Simon Parry

Weston-super-Mare’s mayor will hold a dinner and dance in March to raise money for her two chosen charities.

Mayor Jos Holder and mayoress Roz Willis will host the ball at the Winter Gardens to raise money for EnergEyes and Hearing Dogs For The Deaf.

Entertainment will be provided by Tarantula, a four-piece rock and pop group.

Cllr Holder said: “It is a great privilege for me to invite you to this year’s charity ball.

“The ball will raise much-needed funds for my two chosen charities, both of which directly help people in our town.”

The ball will take place on March 17 at 6.45pm at the Winter Gardens.

Businesses are invited to donate prizes for the raffle or auction.

To donate prizes and book tickets, priced £35, email chris.millard@wsm-tc.gov.uk or call 01934 632567.

Tickets can also be booked at www.wsm-tc.gov.uk

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