Best of British Brighton support Rockinghorse

Rockinghorse are delighted to be the charity beneficiary of Best of British Brighton event this June.

Best of British Events, the Sussex based events company that specialists in corporate fundraising lunches and dinners, is continuing to support Rockinghorse at their next event at The Grand in Brighton.

Guests enjoying Best of British Brighton

The special guest for the event will be Mike Tindall, World Cup winning international rugby player, who will be speaking to the guests about his life, career, and his role in the Royal Family during this special Platinum Jubilee year.

Best of British Events has been donating to Rockinghorse for many years, providing great events that bring A-list guests from the world of sport, broadcasting, stage and screen to speak to the assembled guests.

Ryan Heal, Director of Best of British and Honorary Patron of Rockinghorse Children’s Charity, said: “We are delighted to be hosting Mike Tindal at what will be one of the largest post-pandemic corporate events in the area!

Ryan Heal

“With 500 guests enjoying lunch at The Grand Hotel in Brighton, we are very much looking forward to welcoming all the event sponsors and guests to another successful Best of British event. And we are, of course, delighted to be supporting Rockinghorse on the day.”

These events are a great way for the regional business community to entertain clients, treat their staff and of course support local charities.

Money raised for Rockinghorse at the event on 10 June will be donated to towards a range of projects to support children and young people who are struggling with their mental health.

Donna Holland, CEO at Rockinghorse said: “We are so pleased that Rockinghorse is continuing to be the charity recipient of Best of British Brighton. It’s bound to be a great afternoon, with a great guest speaker, and we want to thank Ryan, the team from Best of British Events and all the guests in advance for their generous donations that will help so many local children.”

 

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