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"Together, we will celebrate 25 years of helping rebuild lives and families devastated by substance misuse"
In celebrating their 25th Anniversary, Silkworth are delighted to present an evening of divine dining, fantastic fundraising and outstanding entertainment at The Royal Yacht Hotel which includes:
Drinks & canapés reception - Guests are encouraged to arrive from 6.30pm where you will be greeted with a drinks & canapés reception - accompanied with a taste of light Jazz, courtesy of the Brian White/Tim Horsfall Duo.
Three Course Meal - A uniquely designed, three course meal has been prepared - with coffee and petit fours bringing the culinary curtain to a close. Once you have made your purchase we will be in touch to take your menu orders and enquire whether you would also like to pre order anything from the drinks list.
Guest Speaker - Calum Best - We will be welcoming Calum on the evening through an interview style Q&A session highlighting how his fathers addiction impacted on his life as a child.
The Silkworth 25th Anniversary Auction & Raffle - A range of prizes are being most generously donated to help raise the funds needed to continue the crucial work Silkworth do on a daily basis.
Live Music - Lauren Ivy and The Engine will be on hand to twirl you into the spring twilight with an eclectic cover set - followed by a guest DJ who will be spinning this memorable evening to a close.
Come join us in celebrating Silkworth's 25th Anniversary in style! Tables of ten are available at £100 per ticket - if you are interested in attending or require further information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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