The Strictly Worcestershire Project Partners are a team of Worcestershire business people who care deeply about the fight against breast cancer and want to have a fantastic time while doing it!
Around 500 women and 100 men in Worcestershire are diagnosed with breast cancer every year. UK survival rates lag significantly behind most of Europe. Progress is dependent on funding for continued research and new methods, equipment and facilities. Worcestershire Breast Unit Campaign aims to establish a dedicated breast cancer unit at Worcestershire Royal Hospital. Ladies Fighting Breast Cancer, raises money to buy equipment to be used at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Cancer Unit in Birmingham, which many women from Worcestershire are referred to.
The Strictly Worcestershire project partners invite support in one or more of three ways:
1. Become a Benafactor
Event sponsors will enjoy an exceptional benefit package. The 2016 Benefactor Packages are now available for discussion.
As well as stunning professional dance exhibitions, the show format allows 8 couples to compete for the title Strictly Worcestreshire 2016. Entry is free and couples must come from the senior Worcestershire business community. They can be novices or accomplished dancers. Each couple will perform two, two minute ballroom category dances. These will be judged by a special guest panel of judges as well as the audience. Is there someone you know who may like to enter? Could it be you?
3. Attendance and support
Tickets for this event will go on sale soon
(They can be aquired singly, in couples or in trios or quartets; or in tables of ten: Champagne Tango tables for ten 1050 Tango (£950) Salsa (£850) and Jive (£750) depending on proximity to the stage. General Public Gallery & Bar Tickets are just £35 All proceeds will be shared between our two charities)
On behalf of Worcestershire Breast Unit Campaign and Ladies Fighting Breast Cancer the project partners very much hope you will join us and help create a stunning and never-forgettable Strictly Worcestershire 2015