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Sunday 11 January 2009

The Mayors Charity Work

I caught the Mayor out with his bucket on Crewe Square collecting for the Red Cross on Saturday and we were amused as the Sentinal photographer had him waving his bucket as if he was doing the Conga. He reminded me of the invite to his special evening

The Mayor and Mayoress of Crewe and Nantwich

Most cordially invite you to purchase tickets to attend their fabulous ‘Auction of Promises’ gala evening, the proceeds of which will go towards the

Mayor’s Lifelong Learning Charity. The theme of the evening will be ‘Rocks, Frocks
and Dickie Bows’ and will include a welcoming drink, a lavish 3 course meal and live
entertainment. This extravaganza will take place at the luxurious Crewe Hall on 30th January 2009.

Proceeds from the evening will go to the Mayor’s Charity. The theme for the Mayor’s Charity is Lifelong Learning and it is supported by: MMU Cheshire South Cheshire College Reaseheath College Wulvern Housing

This splendid evening will explode with excitement as our ‘Rocks, Frocks and Dickie Bows’ extravaganza gets under way.

This is an ‘Auction of Promises’, which boasts promises which money can’t buy… but you can! The Auction will raise money for the Mayoral Charity fund of Lifelong Learning, and once you have bagged your bargain you can carry on enjoying the remainder of the evening by singing along and dancing to our live entertainment.

This is a glittering gala evening that really should not be missed. All the best people will be there… including The Worshipful the Mayor and his Mayoress of course!

This is a unique, once in a lifetime opportunity to join us, to let your hair down and support a worthwhile cause.

An up to date list of the promises can be viewed on the website at If you would like to make a donation, of either a Promise or cash, all will be gratefully received. Just fill in the details on the reply slip.

The dress code is as it says - Rocks, Frocks and Dickie Bows. Ladies, this is your chance to really dress up, and show off those sparklers Santa left in your Christmas stocking! (The gentlemen can too if they wish!)
Tickets will be allocated on a first come first served basis so book early to avoid disappointment.

Programme of the Evening:

6.45pm Arrival and pre-dinner drinks in the Hall of Pillars

7.30pm Three course meal will be served in the Continental Suite

9.30pm Auction of Promises 10.30pm Live entertainment and disco 12.30am Carriages

Here are just a few of the promises offered so far...

This really is an exclusive chance for two people to tour one of the most famous streets in the country, if not the world – Coronation Street. The official tours of the set ended in the year 2000 so this really will be a once in a lifetime opportunity for any Corrie fan. So be generous in your bids and bag this unique opportunity, donated courtesy of Coronation Street creator Tony Warren himself.

Bentley Factory Tour
This is a rare opportunity for four people to tour the world-famous Bentley factory to see the process of car making at its finest. All Bentley cars are handmade by master craftsmen who take extreme pride in their work. These prestigious cars are hand crafted to an exceptional standard and can take up to 400 hours to build. Don’t miss your chance to see every step of the production of Crewe’s most luxurious export.

Heathercliffe Hotel
Heathercliffe Hotel is situated in the picturesque village of Frodsham in the heart of the beautiful Cheshire Countryside. This is a chance for you and your partner to stay in the luxurious Queen’s Suite which boasts a Kingsized, Half Coronet bed and its own private Jacuzzi… luxury indeed! To round off your stay, enjoy a hearty full English breakfast to set you up for the day ahead.

Combermere Abbey
Set on the beautiful borderlands of Cheshire and Shropshire, Combermere Abbey is one of the most amazing historical sites in Britain. The Abbey was founded in 1133.


Glenda Young said...

Thanks for this - I'll mention it on my Coronation Street blog and see if we can get some bids for the auction from fans too.

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