Black Tie Ball
January 25, 2016 | Nick Taylor
A black tie ball is to be held to raise funds for the Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Foundation for Peace.
The Peace Centre’s Annual Charity event includes a reception, meal followed by a casino and disco. The Master of Ceremonies for the night is ITV Granada’s Paul Crone and entertainment by Wayne Farrow.
All proceeds from the event go to support the work of the Peace Centre in Warrington.
The black tie ball takes place at the Park Royal Hotel, Stretton, Warrington (WA4 4NS) and will take place on FRIDAY 18th MARCH 2016.
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Tickets for our black tie ball are £55 and the event starts with a drinks reception at 19:00 followed by a four-course meal and then the entertainment begins with a fundraising casino and a disco, live performance and dancing into the early hours.
Based in Lancashire, Wayne has been entertaining people for over 16 years as a wedding singer and at corporate functions and special events around the globe.
He has honed his professional service from years of standing in front of audiences and working a room with the ultimate aim to give everyone there a good time, regardless of their age, tastes or mood on that particular day. He has sung in some of the most lavish venues from London to Hong Kong as well as had people dancing in more intimate settings.
Croney, is from Carlisle and after a spell as a newspaper reporter entered the world of television in 1985. He has been a regular ever since on ITV Granada and is particularly known for his charity fundraising campaigns. He has been supporting the Foundation for years as an after dinner speaker and, at this event, as our Master of Ceremonies.
The Park Royal is a fantastic four-star hotel, just off the M6/M56 motorway, 20 minutes from Manchester Airport and close to the thriving cities of Chester, Manchester and Liverpool, but with the Cheshire countryside on its doorstep. The hotel itself blends a beautiful mix of modern facilities with elegant grandeur. Part of the hotel was built in 1831 as a vicarage to the nearby St Matthew’s Church, a warm welcome always awaits.
The hotel has a fantastic events centre and beautifully designed bedrooms. Please contact the hotel if you plan to stay the night and tell them you are attending the Peace Centre ball.