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Restaurants unite for Hope for Hollie Ball

Four leading restaurants in Milton Keynes have put aside their friendly business rivalry and come together to show support for local charity, Hope for Hollie.

Calcutta Brasserie in Stony Stratford, Mastee in Bletchley, The Spice Village in Shenley Church End and newly opened restaurant Maaya Indian Kitchen & Bar in The Hub are encouraging local people to join the Ritzy Charity Ball on Saturday 16 April by pledging to support each ticket sold through them. With thousands of customers dining in the restaurants each week, they have pledged that every customer that books a ticket for the Ball through them will get £5 off – which the restaurant will cover! Speaking on behalf of all the restaurants, Mo Abdul said: “This is a fantastic charity to support and the Ball is a night full of entertainment, amazing food and all for a wonderful cause.”

Helen Carter Hollie’s mum and founder of the charity said: 'We are extremely grateful for the fantastic support being shown by these four restaurants. For a small charity it means so much when the local business community pull together to show they care about rare and to help us raise much needed awareness and funds' About the Ball:Be transported back to the 1920’s at this year’s Hope for Hollie Foundation Puttin’ On the Ritz Ball – Saturday 16 April 2016 @ Doubletree by Hilton, Stadium MK. This year’s theme is based on the Roaring 20’s  - the era of Speakeasies, Gangsters and Molls,  flapper dresses, art deco and the Charleston!  Guests will be treated to a drinks reception, three course meal, live band, disco, charity auction, raffle, casino and much more themed fun. Hope for Hollie have been hosting their annual charity balls for the past eight years and each year they go from strength to strength helping to raise invaluable awareness of life limiting Niemann Pick Type C and helping to raise much needed funds to support the work of the Charity. The inspiration behind the charity is 10 year old Hollie Carter who was diagnosed with the condition back in 2008 when she was two years old. Although the condition is thought to be extremely rare, with only 1,000 people known to suffer from it worldwide and 100 in the UK, extraordinarily there are now 4 children in the local area fighting the condition.  The ball honours all those fighting this devastating and degenerative condition. For more information, if you wish to purchase tickets, are interesting in sponsoring this event or donating auction or raffle prizes please email or call Dana on 07952 633195To find out more visit


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