Holly’s Ball 2016
Principality Stadium (Millennium Stadium)
Saturday 2nd April 2016
Ticket Prices: £45 Adults, £20 Children.
Tickets for this fantastic evening at the spectacular Principality Stadium include...
- A Pimms Reception.
- Delicious four course meal.
- Amazing Live Entertainment.
- Delicious Chocolate Fountain.
- Quiet area for guests.
- Disco by Discos Cymru Events
Proceeds from the evening will be donated to Local Special Needs Support Groups and special projects for children with Autism.
Black tie is optional.
Corporate tables can be purchased and Corporate Sponsorship Packages are available.
Please contact Jo Salmon via email@example.com to discuss
your booking requirements.
Donations are also welcome.
Holly’s Ball was launched at the National Assembly for Wales in
November 2010 by Holly’s Assembly Member Jeff Cuthbert.
The launch was attended by assembly members, professionals, parents and people touched by autism.
Coca Cola kindly sponsored Holly to be a mascot at the Wales v Fiji game in November 2010. Coca Cola wanted to help Holly in her mission to raise Autism Awareness.
Holly & Jo both then organised a Christmas concert at Caerphilly Castle called ‘Christmas Voices’ which helped to raise awareness of Autism in Holly & Jo’s local community of Caerphilly.
Holly’s Ball 2011 was a sell out and a massive success. The evening was full of amazing entertainment. Guests were joined by Melanie Walters (aka Gwen West (Gavin & Stacey) and Steffan Rhodri (Dave Coaches – Gavin & Stacey).
Real Radio Breakfast show DJ´s Jagger and Woody added to the fun by taking the Auction which was hilarious. Comedian Frank Honeybone was the excellent compere for the evening.
Holly’s Ball 2012 held in the Marriott Hotel, Swansea on 21st April 2012 was also a sell out and a huge success once again.
Guests included Real Radio’s Jagger & Woody and producer EJ, Britain’s Got Talent’s Jamie Pugh, Jimi Webb, Bryden Strings and the Ospreys Supporters choir.
Holly’s Ball 2013 saw the launch of the Autism Heroes Awards at the Holland House Hotel in Cardiff. In 2014 Holly’sBall was held at the stunning Vale hotel, retruning to The SwanseaMarriott in 2015.
This is the final Holly’s Ball so it seems quite fitting that it has returned to it’s first venue on World Auism Awareness Day 2016.