05:02AM, Thursday 16 January 2014
Volition will play host to a special fundraising night in aid of terminal brain disease charity PSPA.
The evening, organised by Jeremy Ramsden, will include free entry, free food, star guests, a raffle and auction.
The bar in Queen Street will put on the evening at no cost and every penny of the money raised on the night will go directly to the charity.
Up for auction will be two tickets to see X Factor star Sam Callahan in concert, complete with backstage passes and a chance to meet the singer.
A host of other raffle prizes and items for auction will be on offer, along with live performances on the night from Big Brovaz, Ashleigh K, CREAM and Paul M, who helped organise the event.
Fresh Meat's Faye Marsay, Capital FM DJ Ant Payne and professional rugby players are among the guests expected to attend.
Jeremy, a commercial partner at Maidenhead Rugby Football Club, will also tackle the Brighton, London and Berlin marathons in his quest to raise a minimum of £2,000 for the charity in the coming year.
"PSPA is not as recognised as the bigger charities like Make-A-Wish," said the 36-year-old.
"They do a lot of work where all proceeds go to charity and that's what is important for me.
"It's a small charity and I feel they should receive more support."
The evening will take place on Monday, February 10, from 7pm.
Guests must register their interest beforehand by contacting Jeremy on email@example.com or 07930 575332.
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