Hot tickets on sale for The Big Curry night
Princess Eugenie, who was this year’s Royal Guest of Honour was on hand at the Lord Mayor’s Big Curry Lunch in London in April 2018 ahead of a similar event at Salisbury Guildhall later this year to raise money for The Soldiers’ Charity.
The Big Curry Party will be at the Guildhall on Friday, October 26th. This event will aim to bring together the business and social community for an evening of entertainment in celebration of the military.
The Big Curry event has become to The Soldiers’ Charity, what the Coffee Morning is to The Macmillan Fund. With the ever-increasing military presence in Wiltshire, the charity — which supports individual soldiers, veterans and their immediate families — felt it was important to host a fundraising event in the county. Tickets for The Big Curry can be bought by visiting the website: bigcurryparty.org.uk, emailing email@example.com or calling 01980 611211.
DETAILS OF THE BIG CURRY PARTY 2016.
POST PRESS RELEASE 2016
Post Press Release 2016 The Big Curry Party, Guildhall, Salisbury:
The Guildhall, Salisbury was the magnificent venue on October 14thfor The Big Curry Party held in aid of The Soldiers’ Charity. Hosted by The Right Worshipful The Mayor of the City of Salisbury Councillor Derek Brown OBE, the evening raised over £20,000. The money raised makes such a vital difference to our service men, women and families, so many of whom live and work in this county and the Charity was profoundly grateful for the overwhelming support it received from the sponsors and guests on the night.
It was a hugely fun and successful evening, full of colour and entertainment. The scene was set with a sparkling champagne reception offered by Amanda Newbery of The Chapel Night Club and the guests then moved into the Guildhall which had been transformed into the world of exotic colour and light. The exquisite menu was provided by Anokaa, flowers by Paloma Lily, delicious wines by Cambridge Wine Merchants and refreshing beer by Kingfisher Beer. The guests were treated to a fascinating talk by General Sir Nick Carter, Chief of the General Staff and then royally entertained by the bewildering talent of Britain’s Got Talent winner, Richard Jones, who had so kindly taken time out of his heavy schedule to support the Charity. The evening closed with a spirited auction kindly run by William Grant of Fox Grant.
Caroline Cary, the Event Organiser said: “Every element of the evening relies upon someone’s help and contribution and I cannot thank everyone enough for making this event such a successful one for The Soldiers’ Charity.