CELTIC FC Foundation are delighted to confirm that over 350 tickets have already been sold for this year’s Ghirls for Good event and the last remaining places are now up for grabs.
Sponsored by the Ellen Kane Trust, it will take place in the Kerrydale Suite at Celtic Park on Saturday, December 2 and kick-off time is 7.30 for 8.00pm.
Back by popular demand, the inimitable Edward Reid will once again take the reins and provide live entertainment and hosting duties.
The evening of festive fun will also include:
- Complimentary drink on arrival, courtesy of Eden Mill
- Delicious three-course meal
- Fly High NY Draw
- Magician Mark Gordon
- Festive DJ Paddy Gordon
- Christmas gift stalls
- Free Prize Draw
- A visit from the main man himself, Santa Claus
We will also ask each gorgeous Ghirl to bring along a gift for a local child who is sick or disadvantaged and these will be distributed before the sleigh bells ring on Christmas Eve.
The phenomenal prize for our ‘Fly High NY’ Draw – a trip to the Big Apple for two people – has been very generously donated by event sponsor, the Ellen Kane Trust.
With an entry fee of only £10, our Ghirls on the night can enter as many times as they like and one very lucky lady will go home with a pretty magnificent Christmas present!
So dig out your party kit Ghirls and join us for what is sure to be a magical, heart-warming night to celebrate all that is wonderful about the Celtic Family.
The cost for a table of 10 is £450 or places can be purchased on an individual basis at £45pp but don’t delay as availability is now limited.
To make a reservation, please call 0141 551 4262 or email [email protected]
All funds raised will support our 2017 Christmas Appeal, which will be formally launched later in the year.
The Appeal will help local families and pensioners who face poverty and hardship and a number of charities who care for those experiencing the torment of homelessness or other disadvantage.
So please follow in the footsteps of Brother Walfrid and help us make a difference to the most vulnerable in our community this Christmas. Thank you so much for your wonderful support!