Local residents are being given a unique opportunity to raise vital funds for a local charity whilst visiting a famous London landmark.
Rainbows Hospice for Children and Young People are inviting people to take part in an organised guided tour at the House of Commons London with all proceeds going towards supporting their ‘Building For The Future’ Campaign.
The tour has been arranged by Loughborough MP Andy Reed, who is a great supporter for the hospice.
Speaking about the upcoming trip, Andy said: “People are always curious about what the inside of the House of Commons looks like. I thought this would be the perfect opportunity to see the historic building first-hand whilst raising money for a local charity.”
The trip, which takes place on Friday, January 22, will offer a chance to explore someone of London’s sights and sample a delicious lunch before visiting the capital’s iconic parliamentary buildings.
Events fundraiser Nicola Adcock who is supporting the trip said: “This will be fascinating and exciting day for anyone who has ever wondered about the goings on within parliament, and we are extremely grateful to Andy Reed for arranging this event for us. We hope that people will join us for what promises to be a very memorable day.”
Tickets cost £50.00 per person and all money raised from the sale of the tickets will go towards meeting the final £500,000 needed for a planned £4 million expansion to accommodation and training rooms at Rainbows.
For more information and to book your space, please contact Nicola on 01509 638 026 or Nicola.firstname.lastname@example.org
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