Race Night

Beeston Race Night 2018

All the excitement of a Day at the Races

Saturday 13th October 2018

Attenborough Village Hall

Doors open 7:00pm, first race 7:30pm

10 races, 8 horses per race.

Tote minimum bet only £1. Winners pay out.

Supper included in ticket price, licenced bar and cocktail bar.

10th Race is an Auction Race, fabulous prize to be won for all you petrol heads.

Ticket Options

Deluxe Table for 8 person £120.00 in a prominent position with waiter service for drinks and supper, these tables are available immediately.

Reserved Table for 8 at £80, this guarantees that you have a table book to sit with your friends, supper included.

There are a limited number of tables, so book early to avoid disappointment.

Individual Tickets priced at only £6.00 to include a supper, available from 15th September 2018, these are come and find your seat.

Dress code

We would love you to come dressed in style for Ascot or York, your choice, chic or tweed. This will really enhance the atmosphere of the evening.

This is an adult only evening 16 plus.

 

Sponsors

We would like to thank the following for their sponsorship:

Event sponsor

Beeston Round Table

Race Sponsors

Blacklock Carpets

Bouncing Beans

Baldwin Cox Accountants

Robert Ellis

Hallams

Premier Products

CP Walker

Wollaton Travel

Tickets

These have nearly all gone!

For information contact Pete at chairman2ndbeestonseascouts@gmail.com.

 

Top Prize

The overall winner will win an exciting day at the Super Car Owners Club 2019 secret meet.

The lucky winner will be driven to the venue in a Jaguar F Type Coupe.

Take a look at the car that you might be travelling in on the Jaguar website.

The date of the Secret Meet is to be confirmed.

Why should I support this event?

We are a Sea Scout Group based in Beeston Rylands. Our aim is to educate young people (6 – 18) in the local area to the values of scouting. Equally importantly in an area with a lot to open water how to use it safely and having great deal of fun. We start them young so they are well equipped to avoid the pitfalls and dangers that as adults we know only too well.

The organisation is entirely voluntary but cost of carrying out these activities are very high so we are actively seeking local business support to ensure this valuable work continues.