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Expect RED HOT at this year’s Ice White Party!

 
The Ice White Charity Xmas Party is back with a twist as we break all rules and request you dress in RED! 
 
Now in it’s third year, Dr Nilesh R. Parmar invites everyone to join him this winter at the Mint Leaf Lounge, near Bank (EC2R 7HB) on Saturday 13th December to help raise money for this year’s chosen charity - The Children’s Trust. 
 
Following the incredible success of the past two years Nilesh is excited to hold this year’s extravaganza at the Mint Leaf Lounge. Famous for having one of the longest and most enticing cocktail bars in the capital you can expect fantastic live entertainment, some of the latest sounds from BBC Radio 1 and 1Xtra DJ, Marcel Lawson, plenty of champagne, and the return of the ever-popular raffle with some amazing prizes to be won - plus a few new surprises for 2014!
 
The Children’s Trust is the UK’s leading charity of children suffering from brain injury. For the past 30 years they have been providing rehabilitation, education, therapy and care at their specialist centre in Tadworth, Surrey, supporting children and families from across the UK. Nilesh commented: “The Children’s Trust offers fantastic support and services for not only the children suffering from the traumatic effect of brain injury, but also their family and friends. All proceeds raised at the Ice White Charity Xmas Party will go towards making a difference to those who have to live with these life-changing injuries.”
 
Spaces are limited so book your Early Bird ticket before 31st Oct for only £20.00 at www.billetto.co.uk/icewhiteparty. Late Bird tickets £25.00 from 1st Nov. And don’t forget to wear RED!
 
Facebook: DR NILESH R. PARMAR
 
The Children's Trust Charity Registration 288018
 

 

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