A night of glitz and glamour to raise money for MND Association

Press Release: Forever Newcastle Events

Three Event Management Foundation Degree students at Newcastle College, Megan Hogarth, Coral Duncan and Elaine Bulmer are organising a night of Glitz and Glamour to raise money for MNDA.Get that red carpet feeling and join us for a night of Hollywood Glitz & Glamour…Forever Newcastle Events was established by three aspiring event managers in the last year of their foundation degree at Newcastle College aiming to make a difference to support the MNDA charity.The students started the planning process in October 2014, using the knowledge and experience they have gained throughout their time studying the event industry. The students wish to utilise their experiences in order to create a successful charity event in Newcastle upon Tyne.

Why the MNDA?

The charity holds meaning to the team and has a special place in their hearts. They wish to give the charity the recognition they deserve and have set a target of £1000 on the night. Based on your generosity and support they would be honoured to present a donation to the charity.


The event will take place on Saturday 21st March 2015 at the Assembly Rooms in Newcastle upon Tyne with a glitz and glamour Hollywood theme.


The event will start at 7pm with tickets for the event priced at £40pp with a discount of 10% for parties of 10.

On the night

Each guest will receive a welcome drink, 4 course meal, live music entertainment, silent auction and an after dinner speech by Dr T.L Williams, Consultant Neurologist and MND Newcastle Care and Research Centre Director.

Dress code?

Dress to impress with an outfit fit for a red carpet event.

Contact details for information or ticket sales:

Tel: 07944 579 1000
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Forever-Newcastle-Events/555570281211081
Twitter: @forevernclevent

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