The Electrical Industries Charity (EIC) is hosting a Golden Ball on December 1 at the Belfast Hilton.
The charity is inviting the industry to get their suits and gowns on and join it in a salute to the golden age at the popular annual fundraiser.
In a toast to 1967 – the year the Beatles released ‘Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band’, the average house price was £4,000, the UK and Ireland applied for entry to the EU and Sonny and Cher were belting out ‘The Beat Goes On’ – a delicious banquet will be held and the bubbles will flow at what’s sure to be one of the event highlights of the year.
The electrical industry is urged to attend and commemorate this momentous occasion as it takes a look at what has been achieved so far and where the charity, as well as the industry, is headed moving forward.
There will be prizes awarded on the night for the best golden accessory as well as the grand raffle and heads & tails. It’s set to be a night to remember!
Held at The Hilton, Belfast – Individual tickets are priced at £90 and include drinks reception, three course dinner, entertainment, heads & tails and raffle. A table of 10 costs £900 and includes drinks reception, three course dinner, entertainment, heads & tails and raffle. A Gold Table of 10 costs £1200 and includes a prime table location by the dance floor, A5 advertisement in the table brochure and logo on the screen.
To book, contact Sarah McKenzie – Sarah.Mckenzie@electricalcharity.org – T: 0044 (0)203 6961714.