A Dinner and Dance presented by Sir Steve Redgrave CBE, MRC Club President

“Thank You Marlow” Dinner and Auction

Friday 9th March 2018 19.00 for 19.45 at

The Crowne Plaza Hotel, Marlow

We are hosting our fourth biannual Dinner and Dance to say thank to Marlow and our friends for all their help and support in the rebuilding of our club.

We are delighted to announce that on Friday 9th March 2018 Sir Steve and Lady Ann Redgrave will be hosting the dinner at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Marlow.

There will be a number the club’s and other sporting celebrity’s at the dinner; names to be announced shortly but it is a chance for the club to come together, let your hair down as it were and have a great night.  There will be some fundraising activity and a small auction. These dinners have proved very popular and successful in the past, and it’s your chance to mix with some of our top sportsman and women.

Location:
Crowne Plaza Hotel, Fieldhouse Lane
Marlow, Buckinghamshire SL7 1LU
United Kingdom

Contact Emaildeputychairman@marlowrowingclub.org.uk

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Individual Ticket: £65 and a table of 10 is £600. To book please click below. 

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 There will be a number of sporting celebrities there including Olympic and World Champions;  Sir Matthew Pinsent CBE, Katherine Grainger CBE, Sarah Winckless, Naomi Riches MBE and Zac Purchase MBE. The dinner and auction is aid of the rebuilding of the club which was destroyed by fire August 2011. The members have taken to the opportunity to build and new water sports hub that will serve the community and water sports which include rowing, triathlon, canoeing and open water swimming.    

 It’s your chance to mix with Olympians/celebrity sportsmen from the world of sport during the extravaganza evening and to take part in the auctions. 

Tickets £60 or £550 for table of 10.

 

“It is my honour to host the Presidents Dinner to raise funds to rebuild Marlow Rowing Club. I have been involved with the club for many years and I know how important the club is to the local community and how well it has served our athletes in the past as well as the tremendous work they will do to ensure Olympic rowers for the future. The event will be one-of-a-kind in the local community and a great opportunity for people to be involved and meet celebrity sporting champions” Sir Steve Redgrave, Marlow Rowing Club President.

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