Time to have a ball and help charity keep working with children
HUNDREDS of young people across Gloucestershire are eagerly awaiting this year’s Bluebird Ball in support of the NSPCC’S Childline service.
Having run for more than 60 years, the black-tie ball is a major event in the calendar of young people in the area, raising money to help children who contact Childline for help.
There are still a few tickets available for this year’s James Bond themed event, which is open to young people from school years 8, 9 and 10.
The evening’s entertainment will include a disco with light show, fun casino and photo booth.
The event raises a generous amount for Childline each year, which helps keeps the Childline service up and running.
Community fundraising manager Caroline Morgan says: “The remaining tickets for this year’s Bluebird Ball are getting snapped up fast, so young people wanting a last-minute ticket need to be quick.”
This year’s ball is on Saturday, November 17, between 7.30pm and 11pm at Pittville Pump Room.
Tickets are £20 and can be bought from .nspcc.org.uk/what-you-can-do/ charity-runs-cycles-and-challenges/ social-and-special-events/bluebirdball/