Macclesfield Mayor's spring ball will raise funds local charities

By Alex Greensmith

9th Feb 2024 | Local News

The event will take place at Macclesfield Town Hall, on Market Place.
The event will take place at Macclesfield Town Hall, on Market Place.

The Mayor of Macclesfield is hosting a charity ball next month.

The event will take place in Macclesfield Town Hall, Market Place, and raise funds for two local charities.

The main fundraising drive on the night will be a charity auction.

All money raised on the evening will go to the Mayor's chosen charities, East Cheshire Eye Society (also of Market Place) and East Cheshire Hospice (of Millbank Drive).

East Cheshire Eye Society are one of two charities to benefit. (Image - Macclesfield Nub News)

Hurdsfield auctioneer Adam Partridge will be hosting the auction, in association with Macclesfield Mayor Chris Wilcock.

Prizes so far range from a signed current season Manchester United football shirt, to a handmade pottery replica of The Picturedrome.

As part of the event, local band Outer Limit will be performing.

Tickets are £30 and include a welcome drink and 3 course dinner.

The event takes place on Saturday March 16. (Image - Macclesfield Town Council)

If anyone wishes to purchase tickets, then they can email [email protected].

And should local businesses wish to donate prizes, you can email the above address.


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