Solihull

fundraising dinner

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Friday 12 May
7:15pm - 10:30pm
Hogarths Hotel, Four Ashes Road, Dorridge, Solihull, West Midlands B93 8QE

We would love you to join us as we remember the poor in the UK. We will be hearing from Matt Barlow, our Chief Executive, and some of our incredible clients who have overcome debt, poverty and adversity in the past year.

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Meat

SCaesar salad with crispy parmesan chicken, parma ham wafer and hen's eggs

MSlow roasted shoulder of lamb, served with potatoes dauphinoise, cumin roast carrots, cherry vine tomatoes and a minted jus

DDark chocolate mousse, served with vanilla ice cream and raspberry compote

Vegetarian

SCherry vine tomato and shallot tart, served with a goat's cheese and toasted pine nut salad and black olive tapenade

MWild mushroom and parmesan cream gnocchi with sun-dried tomatoes and roast garlic

DDark chocolate mousse, served with vanilla ice cream and raspberry compote

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RSVP

We never want to limit people's generosity; as such we don't charge for tickets at our fundraising dinners. Instead, there will be an opportunity at the end of the night to give financially towards the work of CAP.

The RSVP deadline has now passed, but there are still a few spaces left and it is still possible to book on.

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Questions?

If you have any questions or need any further information then please feel free to contact one of the team.

Fundraising Dinners
Christians Against Poverty
Jubilee Mill
North Street
Bradford
BD1 4EW

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