As the countdown begins, the Rotary Bolton Lever club extends a final call to the community to secure their tickets for the highly anticipated charity ball, set to take place on May 11, 2024, at The Last Drop Village Hotel in Bromley Cross.

With less than week remaining until ticket sales close on May 1st, 2024, eager attendees are urged to act swiftly to secure their place at this event.

Organised by the Rotary Bolton Lever club, this charity ball promises an evening of elegance, entertainment, and philanthropy, all in support of two invaluable causes - Bolton Hospice and Bolton Mental Health Independent Support Team.

Renowned figures including Diane Hawkins, His Majesty’s Lord-Lieutenant of Greater Manchester, Nicoleta Teodorovici, the Romanian General Consul at Manchester and esteemed representatives from the Mayor and Mayoress of Bolton, will grace the occasion with their presence, adding to the significance of the evening.

Guests will be treated to a sumptuous three-course dinner, an exciting raffle, and the chance to win over £10,000 worth of table prizes.

Auction items, including luxurious stays and exclusive vouchers, promise to elevate the evening's excitement and generosity.

President of Rotary Bolton Lever, Alan Wareham, emphasises the importance of community support, stating: "The Charity Ball serves as a beacon of hope and solidarity for our community in Bolton. It's not just an evening of celebration but a profound opportunity to make a tangible difference in the lives of those in need."

Maxwell Thorpe, a finalist from Britain's Got Talent, will mesmerise attendees with his captivating performance, ensuring a memorable and enchanting evening for all.

Tickets for this prestigious event are available for purchase online until May 1st, 2024, via the official website:

With limited availability remaining, prospective guests are encouraged to secure their tickets promptly to avoid disappointment.

For those interested in advertising or sponsorship opportunities, packages starting from £50 are available.

For more information, please contact Bernard Murphy at Rotary Bolton Lever, via email at or call 07968 765133.