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You're invited... You have been sent this link as a guest at the Jan Fairclough Ball 10th Anniversary to provide you with more information about the evening, including COVID-19 measures in place to ensure everyone’s wellbeing.

Friday 12th November

The Rum Warehouse, Titanic Hotel, Stanley Dock, Regent Road, Liverpool, L3 0AN

Arrival drinks reception 6.30pm, Carriages 1.00am

Dress-code: Black tie

The Jan Fairclough Ball raises money for The Walton Centre hospital and is held in memory of Charity Patron David Fairclough's wife, who sadly passed away at the hospital in 2011. The ball is the highlight of our annual events calendar and this year is the 10th anniversary.

To date the Jan Fairclough Ball has raised over £400,000 to help support the work of The Walton Centre.

What to expect on the evening

This year we are raising money towards a very special piece of equipment which you will hear more about on the night. There will be a number of opportunities for you to support our fundraising efforts including:

Raffle

Envelopes on tables for you to enclose a note (minimum £10)

Silent auction

The silent auction will run throughout the evening, giving you an opportunity to bid on a wide range of lot items which have been kindly donated to the Charity. More information about how to register and take part will be circulated closer to the date.

Live auction

The excitement and drama of our live auction will expertly be carried out by auctioneer Charles Hanson – TV expert on BBC programmes including Bargain Hunt, Flog It and Antiques Road Trip.

Live music and dancing!

We look forward to seeing you on Friday 12 November!

Thank you to our corporate sponsors:

COVID-19 measures

For those guests who have not yet received their double vaccination, we would respectfully request that you ensure you have received a negative lateral flow test 48 hours before the event. This will not only protect you and help prevent the spread of COVID-19, but ultimately it will protect our patients as there will be a number of hospital staff attending the event. The venue is bigger than previous years, allowing for adequate space between tables.