Hollywood Comes to Peterborough Charity Event
Peterborough residents are being encouraged to dress up as their favourite Hollywood character for an exciting event happening in the city soon, on behalf of Arthritis Research UK.
200 places are available for a Hollywood themed charity party taking place at Radius (above the solstice) on Monday 1st April from 6.30pm.
Tickets cost just £10 per person, with all funds going to Arthritis Research UK. This price includes entry into the venue, American themed cuisine, a raffle ticket for the chance to win an American themed Hamper, and live entertainment.
A raffle, quiz, professional photographer, and fundraising games will also be available on the night.
Event organiser and supporter of the charity, Lorenzo Monteforte, said “This will be a fun night out for all the family. I wanted to put on an event for Arthritis Research UK that all ages could support because so many people associate the condition with the elderly, but children get Arthritis too. In fact, over 15,000 children in the UK alone have it.”
Lorenzo added, “Arthritis affects more than 10 million people in the UK - that’s around 1 in 6. Peterborough has a population of over 184,500 people. That means around 30,750 people in the city have the condition. You can make a difference to all those people by attending this fun event.”
For tickets to this event call Lorenzo on 07908 087 469.or email firstname.lastname@example.org
To find out more about Arthritis Research UK, visit www.arthritisresearchuk.org
Photos taken by Andy Vernum, at Studio One.
For further information please contact the Regional Fundraising Manager for Arthritis Research UK, Michael Clarke, by emailing email@example.com or call 01733 331721.
About Arthritis Research UK:
Arthritis Research UK is the charity leading the fight against arthritis. They’re working to take the pain away for sufferers of all forms of arthritis and helping people to remain active.
They do this by funding high class research, providing information and campaigning. Everything they do is underpinned by research. Their core remits are funding world-class research and providing a comprehensive range of information for patients, the public and health professionals and they are committed to raising the profile of arthritis and making a real difference to people's lives.