Creative & Cultural Business Ball - Non-Members

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The CCB Society are excited to announce the, now annual, CCBS Ball 2019.
The ball will be helf at the Copthorne on the 24th of April, from 7:00pm to 10:30pm. The ballroom is called the Crystal Suite and has a simple yet contemporary design, both us and the Copthorne are excited to hold it here this year!
Tickets for this event are £30 for members and £35 for non-members - we do encourage plus ones!
Each ticket includes a 3 three course meal, a glass of prosecco on arrival and entertainment.
There will be a bar available within the suite for guests to use throughout the evening and a dance floor for those who wish to have a boogie, maybe after a few too many?
The Copthorne have also given us an exclusive discounted offer of £50 single of £60 double room! Please contact the society if you wish to book a room and this can be agreed with the hotel.
This is a black tie event so we look forward to seeing everyone dressed in their best - gowns, suits or kilts!

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