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Hotel’s Air Show ‘Soirees’ To Benefit Local Charities

JETTHE Marsham Court Hotel is offering people the chance to enjoy the spectacle of the Bournemouth Air Festival while helping their favourite local charity.

On Friday August 19 the hotel will host two, separate, Air Show hospitality events benefitting the Bournemouth Hospital Charity, Bournemouth Leukaemia Fund, Macmillan Caring Locally, Relay for Life and the Jon Egging Trust (JET).

The family-run Marsham Court is situated on the East Cliff overlooking Bournemouth Bay and was named Large Hotel of the Year in the Bournemouth Tourism Awards 2016.

Managing director Rosie Wallace, explained: “This is our first year as a Patron of the Air Festival and we wanted to give people a great day watching the planes and enjoying delicious food and wonderful music, as well as the chance to help some really worthy local causes.

“As a hotel we have raised many thousands of pounds for the Bournemouth Hospital Charity, Bournemouth Leukaemia Fund, Macmillan Caring Locally and Relay for Life.

“On August 19, these charities will share the private use of our Terrace Ballroom and outside raised terrace with views over the pool and sea beyond.

“While the Jon Egging Trust (JET), (established following the death of the Red Arrows pilot Jon Egging), has private use of the garden, the Bay and Dorset Suites.”

Tickets to each party are £43.50 and include a welcome drink at 10am, a sumptuous buffet lunch and coffee, afternoon strawberries and cream, refreshments throughout the day and music from a pianist – plus a £10.00 donation to the charity of the ticket holder’s choice.

Rosie added: “Each table will also have its own Air Show programme and we hope both events will be a draw for groups of friends and local businesses wanting to spoil their staff or clients.”

For more information and prices click here:  http://bit.ly/29tlBho

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