Thomas Miller Investment to host a Burns Night celebration in aid of Hospice Isle of Man

Thomas Miller Investment to host a Burns Night celebration in aid of Hospice Isle of Man

On 22nd January 2015 Thomas Miller (Isle of Man) Limited will be hosting a Black Tie Dinner and Charity Auction in aid of Hospice Isle of Man.

This promises to be a spectacular event, where Ian Robertson, a BBC broadcaster, writer and former international rugby player will be giving the ‘Toast to the Lassies’ and in accordance with tradition there will be entertainment throughout the evening.

The evening will commence with a champagne reception at 6.45pm in the Colonnade Suite and dinner will be served at 7.30pm in the Main Hall. During the evening we will be holding a charity auction and a raffle.

Tables of 10 are available at a cost of £1,000 plus VAT (to include the champagne reception,  a 4 course dinner and five bottles of wine).  Space is limited and to purchase a table, please contact Carolyn Gelling at or telephone 01624 645209. Tables will be allocated on a first come, first serve basis. 

As a company, we take our community involvement very seriously, and we are delighted to be working with Hospice on a wonderful event that will raise funds to help them to continue to provide the valuable care.

Hospice Isle of Man has looked after patients facing a life-limiting and life-threatening illnesses for over 31 years. It is a charity that needs to raise £3.5 million each and every year on the Island and without our help and yours this essential healthcare service could not continue. It is charity that looks after the highest number of cancer patients and survivors on the Island and 85p of every pound donated is spent directly on patient care.

Please get in touch if you have any questions, our team would be happy to help.

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