Have fun and support good causes

Tickets are now on sale for three charity events being organised to support The Ceremonial Mayor of Salford’s annual appeal to help local good causes.

Councillor Ann-Marie Humphreys has this year chosen Animals in Distress, Salford Loaves and Fishes and the Salford Children’s Holiday Camp and all funds raised during her year of office will be split between the three.

Salford musician Peter ‘Hooky’ Hook and M C Tunes will be DJ’ing on Friday 17 February from 7pm to midnight at the Seven Brothers Beerhouse, Middlewood Locks. Tickets are just £15 per head and, with only 150 on sale, are expected to go fast.

Peter Hook tickets can be booked through Eventbrite.

On Thursday 23 February, the Ceremonial Mayor’s annual quiz takes place at Buile Hill Park Hall in the park off Eccles Old Road at 7pm. Quiz master Steven Pearlman will be firing out the questions, and there are prizes for the first, second and third place teams.

Tickets cost £10 per person with a maximum six per team and hot food is included in the price.

Quiz night tickets can be booked through Eventbrite.

City Mayor's Masquerade Ball, Saturday 4 March, The Lowry Hotel

And, on Saturday 4 March, the Ceremonial Mayor’s annual Masquerade Charity Ball takes place at The Lowry Hotel, Chapel Wharf, Salford.

Tickets include a three-course meal, live entertainment and disco, raffle and auction and cost £65 per person or £600 for a table of ten.

To book tickets or to advertise in the Charity Ball brochure please email mayoralty@salford.gov.uk or telephone 0161 793 3618.

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Date published
Tuesday 24 January 2023

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