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Mayor of Great Yarmouth hosts Civic Ball to raise money for charity

The mayor of Great Yarmouth, Councillor Graham Plant, is to host a Civic Ball on Saturday, April 22, at the Town Hall to raise funds for his chosen local charities.

Cllr Graham Plant Mayor of Great Yarmouth

The Civic Ball, which is a 1920s-themed evening, is to mark Cllr Graham Plant's mayoral year and his service to the borough during that time.

All profits are in aid of the mayor's charities; Hemsby Lifeboat, 1st Bradwell Scout Group and Bradwell Buds.

Tickets cost £40 and include a three-course meal provided by chef Mark Dixon from the Fleggburgh Kings Arms. Musical entertainment will be provided by The TestostaTones, who perform rhythm and blues music.

There will also be a cash bar available all evening, with soft drinks and alcoholic beverages available. Doors open at 7pm for a 7.30pm start.

Cllr Plant said: "This Civic Ball is a great opportunity for me to mark my mayoral year while raising funds for my chosen charities. I really hope people come along to support these local charities, who all do brilliant things for the children of our community."

Please contact Billie Todd to book tickets via or call 01493 846151.

Last modified on 18 January 2024

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