JQ Businesses host Secret Supper in support of Parkinson’s UK
What could be better than a night out at some of the Jewellery Quarter’s best award-winning restaurants in St Paul’s Square? The upcoming Secret Supper in aid of Parkinson’s UK will not only be raising much-needed funds to support the charity’s work, but the diners will also be in a for a big surprise on the night as they had to three unknown locations, one for each course, at some of the JQ’s most popular venues.
The event takes place on Tuesday 9th April and tickets are now on sale at £35 per person, which includes welcome drinks at The Jam House and a three-course meal at some of the city’s most prestigious restaurants.
The evening has been made possible thanks to the generous support by local JQ businesses including FRAHA Marketing & Advertising who have given their time to provide free marketing and publicity for the event. The drinks reception has kindly been sponsored by local businesses Sonny’s Jewellery, and Jones Davey Executive Legal Search Consultants.
Muaid Fraha, Managing Director at FRAHA Marketing & Advertising, said: “The Secret Supper is a fun and exciting event which will showcase some of the best eateries in Birmingham – in a beautiful spot, too! We think the Secret Supper guests will really enjoy this unique dining experience. The team at FRAHA are delighted and proud to be lending our support to such a great cause that affects so many families.”
Parkinson’s is a progressive neurological condition for which there is currently no cure. It affects 145,000 people in the UK, with an estimated 12,300 people living with Parkinson’s in the West Midlands. The money raised from the event will fund Parkinson’s UK’s pioneering research to find better treatments and a cure for the condition, as well as its vital support services.
Gayle Kelly, Regional Fundraiser for Birmingham and the Black Country at Parkinson’s UK, said: “I’m really excited about our new event and I hope as many people as possible join us for Birmingham’s first Secret Supper and make it a night to remember. The money raised will do so much to support those affected by the condition – and will take us a step closer to finding a cure. We expect tickets to sell out fast so make sure you buy yours now.”
To buy your ticket for the Secret Supper please visit www.parkinsons.org.uk/secret19.