Wolverhampton Racecourse is delighted to be once again working with Promise Dreams on two fundraising events in 2013.
Friday 20th September sees the racecourse host the Promise Dreams Charity Race Night. Tables are available in the stunning Horizons Restaurant with a percentage of each package sold going to the charity. Special admission tickets for the Grandstand enclosure are also available with all proceeds going to the Promise Dreams charity. In addition to the 7 thrilling races on the card that evening, there will be entertaining fundraising activities throughout the evening for those attending!
These special tickets and packages are only available through Promise Dreams – call 01902 212451 for details.
Friday 29th November – Crystal Ball
A shimmering gala evening full of celebrities and stars including R’n’B legend Alexander O’Neal and soul diva Jaki Graham. A sparkling drinks reception followed by a lavish four course meal and lots of fun throughout the evening raising funds for our special little diamonds.
Nathan Corden, Head of Commercial Development at Wolverhampton Racecourse said “we are delighted to be working with Promise Dreams again on two new fundraising events. We have worked with the Promise Dreams team many times in recent years and we are always amazed by the work they do. The racecourse team are excited about these new events and we look forward to contributing to their success and raising funds for this very worthy cause.
Bev Bird, Charity Manager at Promise Dreams said, “It is always a pleasure to hold events at the racecourse; from an organisers point of view they are terrific to work with ensuring all of our guests receive great food and great service, within fabulous surroundings. They have also been fantastic supporters of the work that we do and we are really proud to be associated with them.”
For details on both events and to book tickets please call Promise Dreams on 01902 212451
Promise Dreams is a national registered charity, dedicated to helping seriously and terminally ill children and their families turn a very special dream into a reality. Whether the child would like a holiday, a toy, medical treatment, house alterations, or even the chance to meet their favourite celebrity, Promise Dreams is committed to help.Since forming in February 2001, the charity and its enthusiastic supporters have raised more than £2 million and helped more than 1250 very special children along the way.
Pictured at Wolverhampton Racecourse is Promise Dreams patron Steve Bull, Poppy the Promise Dreams mascot and Nathan Corden from Wolverhampton Racecourse.