When: Saturday 23rd September 2017


Red Carpet Opens at 18:45

Dinner Served at 19.30

Music Finishes: 00:00

Carriages at 01:00

Price Per Person: £45.00

Where: Tamworth Cricket & Hockey Club


This year we will be raising money for Buddy Bag Foundation and the dress code is black tie and masquerade.

When you arrive on the other side of the red carpet there will be a Photographer on hand to snap a photo of you. As well as this there will be a photographer on hand throughout the night to capture the fun for you to take with you when you leave!

Once everyone is seated at 19.30 there will be a sit down 3 course meal followed by a coffee!

After this you will be in the hands of Jordan from JAM EntertainU to sweep you off your chairs and onto the dance floor. Throughout the evening there will be a chance to buy raffle tickets, all prizes have been donated by local businesses.

The music will start to quieten down after 00:00 and everyone will take to their carriages and leave by 01:00.

If you would like to book a ticket or if you have any questions then please contact Keeley on 07543 90727.

Buddy Bag Foundation

What is Buddy Bag Foundation?

During a visit to Australia in 2014 our founder, Karen Williams, was inspired by an article about The Alannah and Madeline Foundation which has delivered more than 50,000 Buddy Bags to children in emergency care in Australia since 2007. On returning to the UK, Karen researched the facilities available to children in emergency care and discovered a huge need for Buddy Bags in the UK. To ensure as many children as possible can benefit from the Buddy Bag scheme, Karen set up The Buddy Bag Foundation and launched the Buddy Bag appeal in the UK, with the help and support of The Alannah and Madeline Foundation.

What is Their Mission?

We have created the Buddy Bag Foundation in response to the rising number of children who enter emergency care after fleeing violent situations at home.

Restoring a sense of safety and security into a child’s life during a traumatic time is one of the first steps to recovery. By providing these children with a few essential items, we can help make the transition into emergency care a little easier.

To support children in this situation we have created the Buddy Bag to provide comfort when all else has been removed.