BEN BALL TO RETURN IN 2021

Charity event Ben Ball will return in December 2021, organisers have confirmed.

The event was cancelled for the fist time in its history due to the pandemic in 2020.

Ben Ball to return to Camden Roundhouse in December

Returning to the Camden Roundhouse for the second time, Ben Ball provides an opportunity to celebrate the end of restrictions and reconnect with colleagues.

Despite being a ‘Ball’, no dancing takes place. Instead the event is a black-tie dinner with entertainment and a charity auction.

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Matt Wigginton, Director of Partnerships, Engagement & Income at Ben, said: “We are beyond thrilled that Ben Ball is back for 2021! We’ve missed our automotive family this past year and can’t wait to reconnect in style, back at the Roundhouse. We’re also delighted to announce that one of our biggest supporters, Auto Trader, will be headline sponsor for the event – we can’t thank them enough for their ongoing support”.

The Ball will be one of several events the charity needs to make a success in order to plug the six-figure shortfall in funds it has, due to the pandemic.

 

Published by GregWhitaker

Editor of CAT Magazine and an experienced motoring journalist

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