Location: National Football Museum, Todd Street, Manchester, M4 3BG
Enjoy a lively evening of networking and entertainment, while raising money for a good cause, at this exciting one-off event
Join us on Thursday 23 May for an unmissable event at the National Football Museum to celebrate Baker Mallett’s 100th year in business.
Hosted by Place North West and Baker Mallett, this is guaranteed to be a memorable evening of networking, drinks, good food, entertainment and some football-themed fun thrown in. There will also be chances to win prizes and special sporting memorabilia.
Baker Mallett helped build the original Wembley Stadium, and is using its 100th anniversary to return to its football roots, with this fundraising social hosted by Place North West.
We are proud to be supporting TACKLE4MCR at this 100th birthday party, a combined effort between Vincent Kompany and Andy Burnham to tackle rough sleeping and homelessness in Greater Manchester. Andy Burnham will be joining us on the night, we hope you can too.
This special event is a great chance to meet with property peers and key local figures, to celebrate the industry in a fun and informal setting whilst giving back to the region.
Alongside music from band The Fiction and Place’s favourite DJ Nic, all guests will be entered into a raffle with chances to win prizes including:
- Tickets to the TACKLE4MCR testimonial match
- A signed shirt from Vincent Kompany
- An overnight stay at the Principal Hotel
- A meal for two at Sam’s Chop House
- Dinner at Fazenda
- Afternoon tea for two at The Lowry Hotel
Tickets cost £65 + VAT and include drinks, food, entertainment and a charity donation.
This is set to be a sell-out event. Book your place now to avoid disappointment.