Cocktails On The Thames in aid of Kids Company - Friday 29th May 2009


Cocktails on the Thames

in aid of Kids Company

Friday 29th of May 2009

TAF Charity Events would like to invite you to Cocktails on the Thames, a fun and fantastic cruise along the Thames, aboard the exciting Pride of London. There will be a top dj, cash bar and up to 250 people onboard but the real fun is that we'll be raising some much needed money for Kids Company.

Kids Company is a London based charity that provides practical, emotional and educational support to vulnerable inner-city children and young people. Most of children who seek help suffer from emotional and behavioural difficulties resulting from significant experiences of trauma and neglect. Kids Company operates through two street level centres in south London, as well as offering therapeutic and social work services in over 30 schools.

Details of our Cocktails party can be found below and please note this event is open to all so please feel free to invite friends and family - We hope to see you there! 

Date: Friday 29th of May

Time: 7pm (NB: Pride of London leaves at 7:20)

After Party: Disembark the Pride of London at the Embankment Pier at 11:00pm and join us afterwards at either Amika, Punk or Embassy where we have 40 guest list places at each!

Dress code: Smart Casual

Ticket Price: £20

If you have any queries please don't hesitate to contact us via email -

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