Fast Cars, Festive Fizz and Fashion
Tamara Beckwith to Open Exciting New Fund Raising Event in Moreton-In-Marsh
One of the celebrity stars of Channel 4’s “The Jump”, Tamara Beckwith is coming to Moreton-In-Marsh to officially open a new red carpet fundraising event, sponsored by Oasis Events and hosted by local company 911Rennsport.
Tamara who has also appeared on a host of television shows including Dancing On Ice, Loose Women and Celebrity Come Dine With Me, is a founder member of Gynaecological Cancer Fund a charity which has been established to fund research at The Royal Marsden Hospital, London, to raise awareness of the symptoms of the five gynaecological cancers.
The Cotswold Committee of this charity is delighted to announce that Rennsport which is based in the Cotswold Business Village, has offered its fabulous Porsche showroom for a gala Cotswold fundraising event on Friday November 25th between 6pm and 9pm
Guests are being invited to sip champagne and enjoy delicious canapes whilst browsing an exciting range of stalls selling gifts and food – ideal for Christmas! There will be a chance to buy fabulous nearly new designer clothes at unbelievable prices. Guests can also bid for exciting lots in the auction including 4 VIP tickets to a Leicester Tigers rugby match plus access to the club house or 10 tickets to the 2017 Diva Opera productions of either La Boheme or La Cenerentola at Whichford House to include dinner in the private dining room. All whilst raising money for vital cancer research.
There will also be some iconic Porsche 911s on display – the ultimate Christmas gift for someone perhaps?
“Rennsport has very kindly offered us the opportunity to use its fabulous showroom, champagne and Porsche cars was a glittering way to start the festive season!” commented committee member Bridget Barker.
Advance Tickets are available from
email@example.com priced at £20 to include champagne & canapes. Tickets on the night £25.
Further information: Suzanne Coker The PR Department Tel: 01608 674601
Gynaecological Cancer Fund operated by Grace Belgravia Foundation Charity No. 1154755