Provost in help plea for charity ball

A PROVOST is calling on the big hearted ­people of their area to be part of her Hollywood themed charity ball.

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Anne Hall, Provost of Renfrewshire, is backing the black-tie event on Friday, June 13, which will include a silent auction presided over by professional auctioneers.

Tickets cost £60 each for a pre-dinner drinks reception, a three course meal and a bottle of wine per couple.

The event will raise vital funds for charities Renfrewshire Carers' Centre, RAMH (Recovery Across Mental Health) and Accord and St Vincent's hospices.

Money raised will be shared equally among the four charities.

Provost Hall said: "I believe charity is at the heart of our community and that's why I'm asking local people to be part of the charity ball."

Tickets can be purchased by calling the provost's office on 0141 618 7102. For more info, e-mail or call 0141 618 6794.


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