We hope that you will join us on this amended date of 1st June 2018 and enjoy our annual evening of sophistication at the Marriott Hotel, Cardiff City Centre from 7pm. Our wonderful host Lynn Bowles will be chatting with Ruth Jones about her amazing adventures and her brand new novel ‘Never Greener’. Ruth will also be signing books on the evening.
Ruth Jones is best known for her outstanding and award-winning television writing – BBC 1’s Gavin and Stacey, in which she played the incorrigible Nessa, and Sky 1’s Stella, in which she played the titular role. She has won acclaim for her performances in BBC dramas Tess of the D’Urbervilles, Little Dorrit and Hattie, as well as comedies Little Britain, Saxondale and Nighty Night.
The evening will be raising money for children in Wales who have cerebral palsy and also a blend of chat, gossip, food, fashion, glamour and music.
Did you know?
Last year, Question of Women raised a fantastic £4,000 for Bobath Children’s Therapy Centre Wales and as we’re in the event’s 15th year, we’d love to raise even more!
A Question of Women is a fabulous opportunity to glam up in your cocktail/evening wear and enjoy spending the evening with friends, family or colleagues. Or, why not treat your mum or daughter as a special gift? The evening starts at 7pm where there will be some wonderful stalls to browse while enjoying a glass of Prosecco.
On the night
It costs £38 per person and there will be:
Need more information? Please contact our Events and Business Co-Ordinator, Claire Brown via email: email@example.com or give her a call on 02920 522600.
We’ll be using #BobathWomen18 as our hashtag for the event so please, share your pics with us on the night and in the lead-up!
We can’t wait to see you there!
This event is kindly sponsored by Welsh mining and resources company, Miller Argent.
Our event is being held in order to raise vital money needed by Bobath Children’s Therapy Centre Wales to help more children who have cerebral palsy. The charity supports children and their families, helping them to have a better quality of life.