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Ball will help children with Cerebral Palsy


Being organised by a group of Suffolk Businesses, headed up by Bonnie Collins from Little Bird Business Development – The Suffolk Business May Ball will raise money for the Dame Vera Lynn Trust and The Little Bird Foundation.

The Dame Vera Lynn Trust for Children with Cerebral Palsy provides a specialist service for families of young children with cerebral palsy and other motor learning difficulties. Parents and children learn daily living skills together at our School for Parents using the principles of Conductive Education.

It is a black tie event and will include food, entertainment and a charity auction. Tickets are £50 per person or £475 for a table of 10 people. Businesses can sponsor a table for £25. Donations for the raffle and auction are very welcome.

If you would like to book tickets for the ball or find out how you or your organisation can get involved, visit the website: www.littlebirdfoundation.org.uk
Contact Bonnie Collins on 07595498404 or bee@littlebirdbusinessdevelopment.co.uk for further information.

Saturday 25 May 2013
6.30pm onwards
Belstead Brook Hotel, Ipswich

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