The High Field to host charity evening with Belinda Carlisle

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The High Field, Edgbaston is set to host an exclusive charity event for Belinda Carlisle’s co-founded charity Animal People Alliance and UK charity branch, Her Future.

From 5 pm on Saturday 15 July Belinda Carlisle, one of the biggest selling female global artists of all time, is set to make a one-off appearance at The High Field.

Belinda’s appearance will feature a short, intimate acoustic session of her own songs in a glorious garden setting. Guests will receive fizz and canapés on arrival, followed by a three-course vegan or vegetarian meal designed by the High Field’s head chef Ian Meek.

Later in the night, guests will be given the chance to win exciting prizes in a silent auction. A free breakfast with Belinda herself is also up for grabs, in a secret location the morning after the event.

Sarah Robinson, General Manager of the High Field said:

This is a fantastic opportunity to support these two amazing charities. We are thrilled to be joined by Belinda Carlisle, it’s going to be a wonderful evening.

All proceeds will be donated to the two chosen charities to assist them in their vital, heartfelt work.

So, what can you expect to come from the contributions? Animal People’s Alliance not only offers high-quality care to street animals in need but also helps develop employment opportunities for various human right abuse victims.

The other chosen charity, Her Future UK, focusses on providing shelter, education and high-wage employment to human trafficking and extreme abuse survivors. Since 2005, Her Future UK has helped thousands of women and children on their path to building a bright and independent future; always with an aim for them to feel forever free.

 

Event options:

  • Fizz, canapes and dinner: £150 each
  • Non-dining experience with silent auction and sponsored raffle prizes: £75 each

 Both options are very exclusive with limited tickets available. To book, email event@animalpeoplealliance.co.uk

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