Lord Provost's Fundraising Burns Supper 2015
The 2015 Lord Provost's Burns Supper, hosted by Councillor Sadie Docherty, Lord Provost of Glasgow will take place at 6pm on Friday 23 January 2015, in the Thistle Hotel in Glasgow.
The beneficiaries this year will be The Lord Provost's Malawi Fund, The Lord Provost's Charity Funds and Bobath Scotland, a Scottish charity devoted to improving the quality of life for children and adults with cerebral palsy.
Book a table and or donate a prize
If you are interested in booking a table at this event or you would like to donate a prize for our auctions and raffle, phone Amanda Rarity, Assistant Events Officer, Lord Provost's and International Office on 0141 287 4099. Or email email@example.com for more information.
Tables of 12 cost £1,000 plus VAT.
Since 2003, the Supper has raised over £955,000 for local and overseas beneficiaries and in 2015, it is hoped that we will be able to reach the £1,000,000 mark for money raised for charity, which will be a huge achievement.
Music and Entertainment
Throughout the evening we will have wonderful music and entertainment from the following people:
- Toast to the Haggis: Kathryn Ronney, Student on the Musical Theatre Course, Dance School of Scotland
- Piper: Jim Semple, Piper
- Music and Songs: Gillian Fleetwood
- Music and Songs: Laurie Withers
- Burns Poem: Matthew Wilson, Student on the Musical Theatre Course, Dance School of Scotland
- Toast to the Lassies: Bill Copeland
- Reply to Toast to the Lassies: Libby McArthur
- Auction: Natasha Raskin, McTears Auctioneers
Lord Provost's Fundraising Burns Supper 2014
Last year's Burns Supper on Friday 24 January 2014 was a resounding success with over £82,000 raised for charity.
The event was attended by over 750 guests from the business, political and media world with proceeds going to charities at home and abroad - the Lord Provost's Malawi Fund, the Lord Provost's Charity Funds and Glasgow's Helping Heroes.
The proceeds from the 2014 Burns Supper were shared amongst the Lord Provost's Charity Funds and the Lord Provost's Malawi Fund. The proceeds from the 'Heads and Tails' game were donated to Glasgow's Helping Heroes.