Redingensians Rams Rugby Club is presenting an important fundraising event that will take place on 9 June at Hilton Hotel in Reading. The tickets are available for purchase so make sure to secure your spot at a table.
All the supporters of Rams Rugby Club, rugby enthusiasts, anyone interested in spending a nice evening with the club and corporate tables of 10 are welcome. The participants are promised “a three course meal with bubbly reception and coffee will be served”.
The evening will have a special guest, England and Harlequins rugby legend Nick Easter who will share his stories and experience with the audience. The comedian and compere Josh Daniels will keep a fun and comfortable atmosphere. Another important guest is Ash Rowden, Ram’s referee who will provide banter and insight into life as an international referee. The audience will have the opportunity to ask Ash Rowden questions in a Q&A session during the dinner, hoping to give everyone new insight on their questions.
During the dinner there will be a raffle and a silent auction with many generous prizes. Good music, good food and important people present at this event already makes this club dinner compelling enough to make a reservation. It is scheduled that everyone will have a great time at this important charity event for the club and their partner.
The dinner ticket is priced at £65 and a table of ten is £650. This price includes a donation to the club’s charity partner Camp Mohawk, The Woodland Centre Trust. Camp Mohawk provides a great, safe place for children and families with special needs to enjoy themselves safely.
Redingensians Rams Rugby Club is very active in the Berkshire sports community. They organized other charity and fundraising events like the Rams Elvis Night which took place on 17th March at 7pm. With the ticket price valued at £30, the funds were targeted for repairs in their kitchen that was eventually opened in April this year. It was a great evening where hot delicious food was served and the participants enjoyed the entertainment provided by a great comedian.
The rugby club already has a reputation in terms of fundraising and charity, and it seems a nice opportunity to get people to know who they are and help them in their charity projects. In return, participants get a nice quality time and feel better involved in the community.