Students belonging to the business course at Suffolk New College are inviting people to book tickets to a charity dinner with a difference on Wig Wednesday.
The charity dinner is being organised and run completely by the business students of Suffolk New College in association with the a national business support network, Women in Rural Enterprise (WiRE).
Get your tickets
Get your tickets by contacting Suffolk New College on 01473 382 750.
Tickets are priced at £30, (or £270 for a table of 10) which includes a welcome drink on arrival, a range of fundraising activities throughout the evening and a delicious three course dinner, prepared and serviced by the students and staff from Hospitality and Catering at Suffolk New College.
Business student Brandon Warren said: “Tickets have almost sold out and we would urge anyone who’s looking for a fun evening out in support of a very worthwhile charity to book now."
Sue Hall, founder and chair of the South Suffolk branch of WiRE, said: “WiRE is proud to have supported the business students for some years and we’re really excited about this event.
“CLIC Sargent is our chosen charity and all profits from the evening - which will include games, a silent auction and luxury raffle - will support the charity’s clinical, practical, emotional and financial support of children and young people with cancer and their families.”
Course leader Andrew Kellett said: “The students have organised a fantastic evening of entertainment and Shelly’s restaurant have created what promises to be a delicious menu.”
The dinner is themed around famous hairdos and guests can choose to dine with Jack Sparrow, Marilyn Monroe, Cruella Deville, Slash and many more.
Wigs have kindly been provided by Chuckles Fancy Dress Hire and will be available for anyone wishing to get their wig on and have their photo taken as a memento of the evening.
CLIC Sargent Fundraising Manager Daisy Turner said: “CLIC Sargent is there to support children and young people with cancer, as well as their families, every step of the way. But we can’t do it without the support of our brilliant fundraisers such as these great students and groups such as WiRE!”