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Jump at the chance to go to the races

Published: 14 January 2008
BHETA and the Rainy Day Trust have taken an executive box with a private viewing balcony for 50 people at Towcester Racecourse for the evening race meeting on Thursday, June 19.
Three tables (eight people per table) will be available for companies to sponsor and invite their guests.

The remaining tickets will be raffle prizes.

Tickets will be sold throughout the industry over the coming months and drawn at the BHETA Annual Conference on May 15, itself being held at Towcester Racecourse.

Each place receives:
  • Afternoon tea;

  • Four course meal;

  • Unlimited drinks;

  • £10 charity bet.

  • Guests will be joined by a tipster for a pre-dinner presentation, which will include one or two tips for the meeting.

    The cost of the tables for eight is £1,500 (+VAT); raffle tickets cost £20 each.

    Towcester affords an excellent location and facility for a corporate socializing event.

    Based in the heart of Northamptonshire, close to the M1 & M40, it is surrounded by the beautiful Hesketh Estate.

    Contact: organiser – Michael Dark on 01582 621121 or Debbie Jones, at the Rainy Day Trust on 01604 622023.


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