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Bradley Lowery Foundation Charity Night supporting Bradley Lowery Foundation

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Bilton Working Mens Club, 136 Skipton Road, Harrogate HG1 4LL

Entry Fee: £10

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Saturday 6th July, 2019

On Saturday 6th of July I am hosting a charity event in aid of the Bradley Lowery Foundation, at the Bilton Working Mens Club, Skipton Road, Harrogate, I have no doubt Bradley needs no introduction and after his death the Foundation was set up to help terminally ill children.  The latest project is to build a holiday home in North Yorkshire where terminally ill children can go for some rest during their treatments.

My event is a ""Robbie Williams"" tribute act, with Harrogate performer Liam Gray.

The event will also hold a raffle and auction, where only people in attendance can participate in, to reward their commitment in attending.  The top raffle prize is a 3 night stay for up to 4 people in a Scottish cabin, including your own hot tub.

Other companies to provide items for auction and/or raffle include:

Chelsea FC (signed authenticated football)
Rangers FC
Everton FC
Harrogate Town FC
Cross Country Rail
Grand Central Rail
Northern Rail
Virgin Railways
Flamingo Land
Jorvik Centre
Yorkshire Wildlife Park,
Sukothai Hartogate
Taylor's tea
Farrah toffees
Drax Golf Club
Ripon Golf Club
Scarborough South Cliff Golf Club, Everyman Cinema
Drum and Monkey restaurant
The Ivy (Harrogate)
Yorkshire CCC
Tony Willis photography (Harrogate), Beauty by Rebekah (Harrogate)
York 10 pib bowling
York go karting
Foot golf (York)

Other prizes include bed and breakfast in Blackpool, with return rail travel, bottles of plonk and signed material from professional golfers** including former Masters winner Danny Willet

Admission is by ticket only, on sale at Bilton Club from June onwards or by email to keithbrown7125@gmail.com, phone number 07773887694 (available now)

** Subject to confirmation.

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