Jazz & Pimm’s at the Park – in aid of Alzheimer’s Research UK

Price Bailey is proud to sponsor ‘Jazz at the Park’, an evening of great music and incredible vibes organized by Mantle Business Centres in support of Alzheimer’s Research UK (ARUK), the UK’s leading dementia research charity. The event will take place on Thursday 7th September 2017 at Thremhall Park Business Centre in the Walled Garden from 6pm to 9pm.

ARUK powers world class studies focusing on prevention, diagnosis and treatments for dementia. Dementia affects a huge proportion of the population – one in three people over 65 in the UK will die with some form of the condition. We are proud to be joining the effort to defeat dementia sooner.

Over the past 12 months, the Price Bailey have organised a number of events for ARUK, including a company-wide charity day in September, which raised £20,000 and the firm is now embarking on the second year of the partnership with the charity.

Tickets are £15 each, which includes canapés and a glass of Pimm’s. All proceeds to go to Alzheimer’s Research UK. There will also be an auction to help raise more money for the charity. You are invited to come along and build new connections and listen to some great Jazz, whilst helping to raise money for a very worthy cause.

James King, CSR Partner at Price Bailey, said: “We are absolutely delighted after raising £37,500 for Alzheimer’s Research UK in our first year of the partnership. While we haven’t set an overall target, this figure completely exceeds our expectations and we can’t wait to see what the total will be at the end of the two years. Everyone at Price Bailey has really got behind the fundraising and it’s clear that it is a charity close to many people’s hearts. Most people know someone affected by dementia, which is why I think people have been so determined to do their bit.”

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For further information please contact events@mantle.co.uk

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