Radio presenter set to host Swingtime ball

Juice 107.2 presenter Tony Marks will present the Dame Vera Lynn Trust's Swingtime ball
Juice 107.2 presenter Tony Marks will present the Dame Vera Lynn Trust's Swingtime ball

Book now as tickets are nearly sold out for the Swingtime ball which will be held on March 1st at the very prestigious Grand Hotel in Brighton.

The gala event in aid of the Dame Vera Lynn Trust for Children with Cerebral Palsy. will have celebrity guests and auction and raffle prizes including tickets to see Peter Andre in concert with back stages passes, a Trip for 2 on the Brighton Belle Experience, including a 5 course lunch and wine , tickets to west end shows, it is not to be missed. Book now as only 5 tables are left.

Celebrity guests include Hayley Westenra, Classical crossover artist and songwriter Christopher Biggins, actor and television presenter Carol Harrison, actress and writer who is known mostly for her work on British television, in particular her role as Louise Raymond in BBC’s East Enders, actor Christopher Ellison best known for his role as DCI Frank Burnside in the popular ITV police series The Bill and spin off series Burnside.

You can re-live the style, glamour and romance of the great swing era, with an evening of Big Band swing, cabaret, vintage style and dancing until the early hours at one of Brighton’s most famous venues, the Grand Hotel.

Tickets are only £85.00 which includes a drinks reception, 3 course meal and fabulous entertainment.

Plus you will have the chance to win those fantastic raffle and auction prizes. The evening will start at 6.30pm and finish at 1.00am

We would like to thank our sponsors of the event including, HSBC bank, Royal Sun Alliance and Pennington’s Manches and the many other companies and supporters kindly donated their time and skills.

Please contact or call 01403 780444 or visit our website and reserve your place for this magical evening.

Pictured is radio presenter Tony Marks from Juice 107.2 radio who will be the host at the event.

Report and picture contributed by the Dame Vera Lynn Trust.