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The Balls To MS Charity Dinner tickets

Bolton Whites Hotel in Bolton

Friday 5th October 2018

7:00pm til 1:00am (last entry 7:30pm)

Minimum Age: 18

It started with one rugby ball. An evening of celebration, inspiration and comedy. Delicious dinner and exclusive bidding opportunities.

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The Balls To MS Charity Dinner on Friday 5th October 2018

It started with one 6 nations rugby ball.

Since April 2017 we have been collecting balls and other sporting memorabilia. The MS Society will be the recipients of funds raised to enable further and much needed research to find a cure for Multiple Sclerosis. Balls to MS are also proud to support the MS Society group for Chorley & Leyland in their 40th year.

Now you have the chance to attend a wonderful evening of laughter and inspiration and a fabulous Heathcote's dining experience. You will also be gaining exclusive access to bid for the most prestigious items. These range from a 2018 Premier League winning shirt signed by the Manchester City team, a Team Sky jersey signed by Chris Froome and the team through to a Gareth Bale signed Champions league ball.

A welcome drink awaits your arrival at 7pm and the opportunity to view the items in the fabulous Lion of Vienna suite. This precedes a delightful three course dinner with wine with entertainment throughout.

Once tickets are purchased a code for preferential room rates at Bolton Whites hotel will be provided

Black tie optional. Carriages 1am.

Tickets £55.00 Tables (10) £500.00


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