If you yearn to go to the party of the year – this could be your chance.
Industry charity Agents Giving is generously offering EYE readers the chance to win a pair of tickets worth £350 to this year’s charity ball.
Guaranteed for our lucky winners is a fabulous night out which will not just put you in the Christmas mood but give you the unmissable chance to see the famous Agents Giving Strictly Come Dancing final.
This year, there are 11 finalists who will be giving the ultimate whirl for charity.
Our dancers are (drumroll, please): Simon Bradbury of Thomas Morris, Steven Wilson and Reagan Bradley of Paramount Properties, Allison Barfoot of Woolley & Wallis, Emelie Braneby of Victorstone, Kathryn Rainbird-Clarke of Hawkmoth, Oliver Sanhaji of Anderson Rose, and Matthew Lester of Maxine Lester Residential Lettings. Industry consultant Jane Gardner is also strutting her stuff, as is Matt Fosby of Fixflo, and Peter Fenwick of Reapit.
The evening also features other fantastic entertainment, a champagne reception, superb dinner, as much networking as you can shake a stick at, and – of course – dancing.
There will also be a celebration of this year’s Fundraising Champions – those estate agents and industry suppliers who have really gone the extra mile for their chosen causes.
For those who would like to attend the event, supported by Goodlord and TouchRight, and feel they cannot rely on the chance of winning a free ticket, Agents Giving is now taking final bookings at £1,600 per table of ten or £175 per individual ticket.
To be in with a chance of the free tickets, all you have to do is email the two names, plus any dietary requirements, to: firstname.lastname@example.org by 5pm today (Friday). I have enlisted the independent help of one of our most illustrious readers, Trevor Kent, in plucking a name out of the electronic hat.
The ball is on Friday, December 8, at the Royal Lancaster Hotel, London. The bit of small print to note is that the prize does not include travel, overnight accommodation, dress hire or hangover cures.