The Mayor of North East Lincolnshire is welcoming guests to enjoy an evening of live music, fish and chips and a raffle.
The charity event will help raise money for the Mayor’s chosen charities – Andy’s, Harbour Place and CatZero.
The invitation is extended to anybody, with tickets costing £15 each. The evening will take place at Grimsby Town Hall on Saturday 30 October, from 7pm until midnight.
A live band, Route 180, will play throughout the night, and a fish and chip supper will be served to guests.
A raffle and pay bar will also be available on the night.
“I’m very much looking forward to putting on a night of entertainment, all in aid of some wonderful charities,” said Councillor David Hasthorpe.
“For many, it will be the first really good night out since the beginning of lockdowns and many have said it will be great to have something to look forward to. This is a very welcomed night out after everything has been closed for so long – a chance to renew friendships.
“It will be a fun night of live music and delicious food. So please dig deep for charity and come along for an evening of entertainment.”
If you would like to attend the event, please contact [email protected].
All proceeds from the event (tickets and raffle) will go directly to the Mayoral charities.