A royale opportunity for charitable 007 fans

Saturday, 22nd November is set to be the night for Bond fans to don their dinner jackets and party frocks and join in some 007 fun for our East Midlands children’s hospice, Rainbows.

Rainbows is hosting a fabulous ‘007 Casino Royale’ themed ball at the four-star Crowne Plaza hotel in Nottingham.  As it costs over £2.6 million a year for the hospice to care for our life-limited children, events like this are an entertaining yet very important source of income.

Geoff Ellis, Chief Executive of Rainbows commented: “Few people realise that over eighty percent of our funding comes from the kind donations of the East Midlands community and businesses. Events like the 007 ball help us raise much needed funds, but we also make sure our guests have a great time!”

On arrival at the Crowne Plaza, guests can sample James’ favourite tipple, vodka martini, shaken not stirred to get them in the mood for the charity casino tables, auction and raffle.

To add a little of suave, bond ambience, a string quartet will be playing whilst guests take a break for their sumptuous four course meal. Then it’s back to the pizzazz with a Shirley Bassey tribute band blasting out all the 007 hits and a lively disco.

The ball will prove to be a fun opportunity for businesses and individuals to be involved with our children’s hospice. Rainbows is selling tables of ten for £450 and individual places for £45 each. Interested parties should book via fundraising@rainbows.co.uk.