Posted: Tue 16th Apr 2024

College students hosting Wrexham football themed charity dinner for local causes for people living in or visiting the Wrexham area

A group of college students have come together to host a fundraising event in aid of two local charities.

The ‘Wrexham Football Themed’ charity dinner will take place at the Coleg Cambria Wrexham campus on April 26.

It has been organised by five students who are studying the college’s Tourism and Hospitality Management course.

During the event guests will have the chance to enjoy a three-course plated meal surrounded by Wrexham football memorabilia.

There will also the chance to take place in a charity auction and raffle throughout the night and enjoy the insight of guest speakers.

All proceeds from the event will be donated to the Wrexham Foodbank and the Wrexham Miners Project.

One of the event organisers, Ben said: “There are five of us organising this event and chose the Wrexham football theme because of the growing popularity and wanted to celebrate that.

“We chose the Wrexham Foodbank and Miners Project because we’re from Wrexham and wanted to give back to the community. ”

The Wrexham Football Themed Charity Dinner will take place on April 26.

Tickets are £35 each and the event is over 18s only.

For more information contact 07892 757305 or email [email protected]

If you can’t attend the event but would like to support it and the two charities, you can make a donation here.

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