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Mayor’s Masquerade Charity Ball

Mayor's Masquerade Charity Ball


2 February 2024

For immediate release




Members of the public are invited to attend the Mayor of Shrewsbury’s Charity Ball.


The Black and Silver themed Masquerade Ball takes place at Shrewsbury Town Football Club on 27th April at 6:30pm for 7:00pm start.


Tickets are priced at £45 each which includes a three-course meal, music from the Hot Jazz Biscuits and a charity auction with some fantastic prizes including a week’s holiday in Gran Canaria.


Tickets can be obtained through Eventbrite, just search for Mayor’s Charity Masquerade Ball. Further details about the event, including a QR code to book your tickets, can be found on the Mayor of Shrewsbury’s social media channels and on Shrewsbury Town Council’s website or by contacting the Mayor’s Secretary, Sally Nicholson at or 01743 257655


Chains of office may be worn.


All proceeds will go towards the Mayor’s two charities – Diabetes UK and Guide Dogs.



Notes to editors:


About the Council:

Shrewsbury Town Council came into being on 01 April 2009 as a result of Local Government reorganisation. The Town Council's area includes the whole of Shrewsbury town centre and adjoining residential areas. With a population of over 70,000 it is one of the largest town councils in England.


The Town Council is responsible for horticultural services, The Quarry, numerous small parks, sports pitches, recreation grounds, allotments, green spaces, the provision of the town's markets, community facilities, bus shelters, street lighting and public toilets.


The Town Council is also proud of its reputation for making Shrewsbury a "town of flowers" and winner of the Britain in Bloom and Entente Florale European competitions.


About Shrewsbury:

Shrewsbury is a vibrant town with a long distinguished history. First recorded in a Charter of 901, Shrewsbury developed as a market town aided by the natural defensive qualities of a large meander in the River Severn.


The town has a population of just over 70,000 and is surrounded by the ancient Shropshire hills of the Stiperstones, the Long Mynd, Wenlock Edge and the Wrekin.


Recently Shrewsbury has undergone considerable development in commercial and cultural areas. It is the regional shopping centre, served by numerous specialist shops as well as two main shopping centres and out of town retail parks. The town experiences a lively nightlife based around the numerous pubs, bars and restaurants. Other highlights of Shrewsbury include The Quarry (the town's municipal park designed by Percy Thrower), the Abbey made famous in the Brother Cadfael detective novels of Ellis Peters and the annual international Shrewsbury Flower Show. In addition, a new purpose built theatre situated on the riverbank next to the council's offices opened in March 2009.


For further information, please contact:


Shrewsbury Town Council

Livesey House

7 St John’s Hill

Shrewsbury      SY1 1JD

Tel: 01743 257649


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