Sparkle at our Glitter Ball this spring

The most glamorous night of the year is back as our Glitter Ball returns this May.

The black-tie ball, sponsored by HARIBO, takes place on Friday 5 May, from 7pm at Rudding Park Hotel in Harrogate, and will be hosted by Nick Hancock, from Your Harrogate Radio.

Beckie Wynne our Director of Income Generation said: ‘We’re delighted the Martin House Glitter Ball is returning to the gorgeous Rudding Park this year, and we can’t wait to welcome our guests back for a night of fine dining and entertainment.’

The event includes an elegant champagne reception, three-course dinner, live and online auctions with top prizes on offer, raffles, games, live music and dancing.

Beckie also added: ‘The Glitter Ball is our biggest single fundraising event of the year — last year the ball raised £175,000 for the hospice, and we hope this year’s event will be even more successful.

‘The free specialist care we give to families is needed now more than ever. By joining us at the Glitter Ball, not only are you guaranteed a fantastic, glamorous night out, but you are also helping us to keep caring for families when they need us most.’

All the money raised will help us to continue to support families.

Tickets are on sale now and cost £120 each, with tables of up to 12 people available. Find out more and book your tickets now.

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Guests enjoying 2022 Martin House Glitter Ball.

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