You can still go to the ball
WITH the Mayor's Ball just over two weeks away, residents in the borough still have a chance to purchase tickets.The ball takes place at the Ocean Room on Saturday, April 17 - with a raft of entertainment on offer - including BBC Radio Norfolk's David Clayton returning to the venue that launched his DJ career.
WITH the Mayor's Ball just over two weeks away, residents in the borough still have a chance to purchase tickets.
The ball takes place at the Ocean Room on Saturday, April 17 - with a raft of entertainment on offer - including BBC Radio Norfolk's David Clayton returning to the venue that launched his DJ career.
Music will also be provided by The Right Stuff, with proceeds from the ball going towards the Mayor's Charity Fund, with the chosen charities - St Nicholas Preservation Trust, Kingfisher Boxing Club and Winterton Marine Cadets.
Tickets, �35, are available from mayoral and civic events officer Laura Goodman, on 01493 846125 or email firstname.lastname@example.org,.
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Great Yarmouth Mayor, Tony Smith, said: “It has been a huge honour to be the mayor of the town in which I was born and I feel that we have made a real difference this year for the charities that I chose to back.
“The civic ball gives me a chance to have a real final push at raising more donations for those charities and I hope that the community of the borough of Great Yarmouth lend their support and come along to the event.”
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