BASP 30th Anniversary Charity Ball
You are seeing this page as you have received an invite from BASP. Thank you for your interest in the BASP 30th Anniversary Charity Ball.
To celebrate 30 Years of BASP and Glenshee are hosting a Charity Ball on the Saturday evening to celebrate our Birthday, Scottish Snow Sport and to raise money for Scotland’s Charity Air Ambulance (SCAA).
7th October 2017
6:30pm – 7:00pm
Scone Palace Park
Dress code is black tie, kilts and your dancing shoes!
The evening will include:
- A 3 course meal,
- Stand up Comedy Show from Doctor Ahmed (http://www.doctorahmed.net/ and https://www.comedy.co.uk/fringe/2016/doctor_ahmed/)
- Charity Auction for a years supply of tatties, original framed art from Bill Smith, a chair from the original Glenshee Cairnwell Chairlift and an all area season pass and much more…..
How to buy a ticket?
To buy a ticket, please email email@example.com Include your name, company (if applicable), address and phone number and the number of tickets you wish to purchase.
The tickets are £38.50 per person and can be bought singly or in multiples. Its also possible to book a table of 10. We only have 200 tickets available and these will be sold on a first come first served basis.
BASP have reserved The Lodge Hotel at Perth Racecourse for the night of 7th October for Members and Charity Ball Attendees. Rooms are available on a first come first served basis quoting reservation Number “3152”. Please call The Lodge on 01738 252 466
We look forward to seeing you there!
Scotland’s Charity Air Ambulance (SCAA) was formed in 2012 and launched our helicopter air ambulance in May 2013 to assist the Scottish Air Ambulance Service (SAAS) to deliver front-line care to time-critical emergencies across Scotland. SCAA provides a fully equipped medical helicopter that can be deployed from its central base at Perth Airport to incidents across the length and breadth of Scotland.
Scotland’s Charity Air Ambulance works in close cooperation with the Scottish Ambulance Service who provide the paramedic staff that crew the helicopter. SAS tasks the SCAA helicopter across Scotland through their Ambulance Control Centres.
Our charity is not supported by any statutory funding and the service is funded solely by donations from private individuals, companies and community trusts.
For more information, please visit: https://www.scaa.org.uk
Doctor Ahmed. Laughter is the best medicine!
We are delighted to confirm that as part of the Charity Ball, Doctor Ahmed will be performing his stand-up comedy show ‘Doctor in the House’. Doctor Ahmed is a doctor, currently based in London. His show highlights some of the funny things which arise in a GP clinic on a day to day basis in a light hearted way. It looks at the human condition and the doctor patient relationship from a playful and interesting standpoint.
The show has been met with great success and was totally sold out in Perth Fringe, Adelaide Fringe, Edinburgh Fringe and Melbourne International Comedy Festival.
To read more about Doctor Ahmed, see http://www.doctorahmed.net/