Local homecare provider, Caremark (Worthing and Arun) will be putting on a charity event at the Worthing Dome, on Tuesday 27th March from 2 – 4pm, where they will be raising some much needed money for St Barnabas House, a hospice based in Worthing which provides palliative care to adults with advanced progressive life-limiting illnesses.
Managing Director, Andrew Demetriou said: “After going to have a look around St Barnabas House a few weeks ago, we felt that we really needed to get behind the charity and try and raise as much money and awareness as we can. St Barnabas House costs £5.9 million each year to run. Without donations, they would not be able to provide care and support for families across Sussex. We thought this would be a nice event to kickstart our year of fundraising for a fantastic local charity.”
Worthing Dome is a unique and iconic venue, only a pebble’s throw from the beach. The Dome has staged some glamorous parties over the last 105 years with visitors as diverse as HRH The Queen, David Bowie and Sir Alan Sugar.
They will be welcoming Jack Valentine, who has been the UK’s foremost authentic Frank Sinatra Tribute Artist for more than fifteen years. He has appeared at The Savoy, London, on BBC TV and even in a plane with Sir Richard Branson.
There will also be Afternoon Tea served on vintage crockery (Sandwiches, Homemade Scone with Cream & Jam, Homemade Cake, Macaroons, Tea/Coffee). The bar will also be open.
Hosting the event will be Juice 107.2 and Latest TV presenter, Ellie Talebian.
Tickets are now on sale and are only £12.50 + BF and you can book them by heading over to their Facebook page: www.facebook.com/caremarkworthing, or by calling 01903 232949.
Even if you decide not to attend the event itself, you can still donate towards this cause at: www.justgiving.com/caremarkworthing. Your contribution can make a big change to someone’s life.
There are only a limited number of tickets available, so get in quick to to avoid disappointment.