Special Forces charity dinner supports wounded soldiers
Special Forces charity The Pilgrim Bandits will be hosting its annual Black Tie Dinner at award-winning events venue the National Motorcycle Museum in Solihull.
Taking place on Saturday 2 November, the evening promises to be a special occasion with a champagne reception, four course dinner, silent auction, raffle, live band and a disco, all in the unique surroundings of the largest motorcycle museum in the world.
Established in 2007 by a group of Special Forces veterans, The Pilgrim Bandits use their unique training and experience to help and inspire wounded soldiers to live life to the full. Working with forces amputees, The Pilgrim Bandits sets challenges for wounded military personnel, helping to give back confidence and enabling them to move on. The Black Tie Dinner will be an evening filled with celebration of the charity’s dedicated work, whilst also raising much needed funds to sustain the charity’s efforts to support injured soldiers.
Terry Arnett, Midlands Representative for The Pilgrim Bandits, said: “The Black Tie Dinner is the highlight of our events calendar and a fantastic opportunity to raise funds. The National Motorcycle Museum is a great venue and being able to look around the museum during the event is an added bonus for us.”
Nick Hartland, director of the National Motorcycle Museum, said: “We are delighted to welcome The Pilgrim Bandits to our museum; it’s going to be a truly inspiring event and one not to be missed.”
Tickets cost £60 per person and can be purchased here; Accommodation at The Best Western Plus Manor Hotel is also available at a discounted rate for those attending the event.
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The Pilgrim Bandits
The Pilgrim Bandits was established by a small group of Special Forces veterans in 2007 with the sole aim of using their unique training and experience to help and inspire wounded soldiers to live life to the full.
The mantra ‘Always a Little Further’ is core to their attitude, whether working with amputee men and women from the services directly or by utilising their experiences to inspire and encourage young people and children. The Pilgrim Bandits bring the rewards of belonging to a team, encouragement, belief and the power of humour over pain.
Tel: 01425 626598
The National Motorcycle Museum
Conveniently located in the heart of the Midlands Transport Network, with Birmingham International railway station just a five-minute taxi ride away, the National Motorcycle Museum is an award-winning venue with conferencing and events facilities.
Tel: 0121 704 2784
Address: Coventry Road, Bickenhill, Solihull, West Midlands, B92 0EJ