TICKETS to an annual charity dinner in Chichester are being offered to Observer readers.
Dreams Come True co-ordinator Wendy Gray is offering the prize of two tickets, worth £30 each, for the dinner at Brasserie Blanc, The Square, Chichester, on Sunday, November 8.
The dinner is held annually and over the past three years, has raised more than £6,000 to help life-limited and seriously ill young people fulfil a dream.
Wendy said: “The funds from this year’s dinner will help Sophie, aged five, go on holiday to Disneyland Paris with her parents, David and Kelly, and her brothers, Harry, five, and Alfie, three.
“Sophie has Down’s syndrome, epilepsy, chronic lung disease and is blind. Sophie loves lights, sounds and characters, especially Disney characters. She is very tactile and would love to feel the characters faces. “The family have chosen to go to Disneyland Paris in February for a three-night stay.”
Doors open at 6.30pm and dinner starts at 7pm. Tickets include a glass of wine and a filter coffee, with 50 per cent being donated to Dreams Come True, based in Station Road, Liphook. To book, contact Wendy Gray on 01428 726335 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
To enter the competition, answer the following:-
n Where is Dreams Come True based?
Email your answer, name and contact telephone number to email@example.com and put ‘Competition’ in the subject heading, or post it to Wendy Gray, Competition, Dreams Come True, Exchange House, 33 Station Road, Liphook, Hampshire, GU30 7DW.
The closing date is Friday, October 30.
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