Tickets are available for the star-studded fifth annual Ceres Charity luncheon (19 April 2017) at Cheltenham Racecourse where stars including Clare Lomasand Matt Hampsonwill attend in support of beneficiaries; The Nicholls Spinal Injury Foundation (nsif) and the Matt Hampson Foundation.
The glamorous luncheon will be held in a private marquee overlooking the parade ring where guests are invited to arrive at 11am for a bottomless champagne reception followed by a beautiful three-course lunch and an afternoon packed full of horse racing.
Matt Hampson founder of the nsif, a charity devoted solely to research into treatment for spinal cord injury, and nsif patron Claire Lomas will take part in a Q&A session during the event.
Matt was paralysed from the neck down during an England Under 21 rugby training session in 2005. Matt has battled hard to live as normal a life as possible and epitomises the Foundation's ethos to 'Get Busy Living'. Claire Lomas, former event rider, became paralysed from the chest down in a horse riding accident in 2007. Since her accident Claire has raised well over £500,000 for charity and went on to become the first paralysed person to walk the London Marathon using a pioneering robotic suit.
Tables of 10 are available for a cost of £1650 and includes:
- A day’s racing, with all passes and parking
- Champagne Reception
- Three-course luncheon
- A racing celebrity speaker to help you ‘Mark your Card’
- Bespoke Live Auction
- Silent Auction
- Diamond Raffle
- Afternoon Tea
Auction prizes are thought to include Michelin star dining and celebrity golfing experiences.
Tables can be booked at www.ceresevents.co.uk and for more information please email email@example.com.