Tickets are now on sale for Party for Perennial 2023

Company: Perennial

Join friends and colleagues from across the horticulture industry on Thursday 4th May at Core Bar in the heart of the City, for an evening of fun and fundraising for Perennial. It’s the perfect way to make new contacts as well as catch up with established ones in a fun and informal atmosphere. The ticket price of £30 includes a glass of bubbles on arrival and some delicious nibbles, plus the chance to win some amazing prizes in the Party for Perennial raffle.

All proceeds from ticket sales and the raffle help Perennial support people in horticulture. The Charity’s primary purpose is to build better futures for all those working with plants, trees, flowers and grass. Providing free confidential support, advice and information through their dedicated team based around the country.

Anita Bates, Perennial’s Director of Marketing and Fundraising comments: “Our annual party has become a not-to-be-missed date in the diary. It’s a fun evening spent with friends and colleagues and a great way to help us support more people in horticulture. Over the last couple of years we’ve launched a range of new tools to help everyone at any stage of life, including a Health and Wellbeing app and a Financial Management Tool.  People can also access free physiotherapy, legal advice and support to find employment. It’s only through growing our partnerships with businesses and organisations across the industry that we can reach more people so everyone in the industry can benefit from our free, confidential support, advice and information. Tickets are on sale now so visit our website to book your place; put the date in your diary and join us!”

Party for Perennial 2023

Venue: Core, Aldermary House, 10-15 Queen Street Bank, EC4N 1TX
Date: Thursday 4th May2023
Time: 7pm - 11:30pm
Ticket price: £30 (including a glass of fizz on arrival and light bites)

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