Guests are invited to enjoy good music, food and drink at an event which will support one of the county’s most popular attractions. The Ironbridge Gorge Museums in Telford is extending a warm invitation for people to attend a Charity Dinner Dance and Promises Auction which will support its educational and heritage conservation work.
Tickets for the event, which takes place on Saturday, 27th April at Enginuity in Coalbrookdale are now available to buy.
The evening promises to be extremely enjoyable beginning with reception drinks in Enginuity where guests will have the opportunity to experiment with the interactive exhibits on display while listening to a live Jazz band. A delicious three-course meal will be served in the Grade II listed Engine Shop and afterwards people can dance the evening away.
There will also be a Promises Auction where guests will be invited to bid on a variety of fantastic lots including staying in a luxury holiday home in South Devon, theatre tickets, a professional photo shoot, a chauffeured taxi service to the airport, driving a top of the range BMW or Jaguar for a weekend and a private tour of Willey Hall conducted by Lady Forester.
Ruth Brown, Fundraising Manager, said: “We really hope people will come to this fun event and we have some fantastic promises for people to bid for. All of the money raised will go towards the multi-million pound Redevelopment of the Museum of Iron which will transform it through the creation of stunning new interactive and dynamic exhibits in order to tell the story of Coalbrookdale and its history of iron-making.”
Tickets for the evening cost just £28 per person or £250 for a table of 10 and there will be a cash bar available.
To book your tickets, please contact Judy Mondon on 01952 435931 or email email@example.com.