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Rock the Red Carpet in Support of KIDS Charity

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Live the celeb life for an evening
Rock The red carpet kids


Founded in 1970, KIDS is a charity aimed at giving children with disabilities equality and the best opportunities in life. KIDS encourages children and young people to develop their skills and abilities, giving them confidence and helping them reach their full potential. The charity also works with parents and carers, giving them tips and advice.

KIDS believes all children deserve a chance to grow up in a mainstream environment, and that they should experience the same quality of education and fun as anyone else. They do this by proving a number of service, including home learning, drama groups, carer training, meditation, support groups, and short holiday breaks.

KIDS also hold numerous events to help raise awareness, and funds for the charity. If you would like to support KIDS, why not attend 'Rock The Red Carpet'? The event is on the 3rd November at The Collection, a very elegant venue on Brompton Road.

The party offers a glamorous night of fun, guests, and prizes. Canapés will be served until 10.30pm, and the first 200 people through the door will get a complimentary cocktail. So join KIDS for a night of incredible entertainment, with spectacular fire-breathing stilt walkers, goodie bags, and DJs.

There will also be a raffle contest, with the lucky winners getting a one night stay in a Thistle Hotel of their choice, luxury facials treatments by Gigi London, as well as Couture and Prada goodies, and many more.

Tickets are £40.

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Why? Rise money for charity
When: 3rd November
Phone: 020 7520 0405
Where: The Collection
Cost: £40
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