A SPECIALIST North-east drilling services firm is backing a special charity event being held to mark the 30th anniversary of CLAN Cancer Support.
Paradigm Drilling Services, which manufactures and services all types of drilling equipment and downhole tools for a number of the world’s leading oilfield service and directional drilling companies, has donated money towards the running of a charity casino evening being organised by students from RGU.
The group of third-year media and PR students from the University, are hosting the fundraising event taking place at the Holiday Inn West, in Westhill on Friday (19th April).
Guests at the casino evening will be treated to a cocktail and casino reception followed by a three-course meal.
There will also be a raffle with prizes donated by local businesses, and well-known local band The Limit will provide entertainment on the night.
Paradigm Group CEO, Fraser Innes, said: “The students have been split into eight groups and have each been given the task of putting on separate charity events to mark the 30th anniversary of CLAN.
“We wanted to show our support by helping to sponsor the casino night.
“Whether affected personally, as a carer, family member or close friend, CLAN does an amazing job providing support and anything else you may need. We are delighted to back their efforts, helping spread the word about the amazing work the charity does for so many people in the area.”
Tickets for the event cost £40 per person or £350 for tables of 10.
For more information call 01224 270300.
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