The Downshire Arms Hotel is set to host a fun-filled fundraising evening on Friday, November 17, kicking off at 7.30pm, in aid of charity Pancreatic Cancer UK.
Involving hands-on sampling lessons of the latest gin cocktails as well as a full-blown Mr and Mrs contest, the evening is part of the Downshire’s ongoing commitment to hosting fundraising events during Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month.
They have been working hard in conjunction with the gin experts at United Wine Merchants Ltd to put on a spectacular charity night – all for a very special and personal reason.
Last week the Downshire announced, as part of its commitment to fighting cancer, that it would be holding a coffee morning and ‘Hula Hoop Challenge’ at the hotel on Thursday 16. These series of events are being organised by the Downshire’s Karen Heslip in memory of her late father James Black who passed away on 17 November four years ago – he had pancreatic cancer.
Commenting Karen said: “Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month is important to me and to my family and that’s why we go that extra mile to arrange fund-raising events at the Downshire.
“Please help us to fight Pancreatic cancer and help those patient and their families affected by dropping into the Downshire to book your place for a night of gin, giggles and guilty secrets!
“We will certainly have a fun-filled evening – two events rolled into one - but all for a truly inspirational and life-changing cause – raising awareness of and helping families affected by Pancreatic Cancer. Event tickets are available in limited numbers at the hotel reception.”