London's Motcombe Street to host charity fundraising party
Motcomb Street, the retail destination in the heart of Londons Belgravia, is to host a party in June to raise money for The Lullaby Trust and The Household Cavalry Foundation.
Attractions will include food, street stalls, celebrity look-a-likes, as well as entertainment from The Voice’s Tom Carpenter, Purple Fish, and a Michael Jackson tribute act.
To be held on 24 June, the event will be open to the public with visitors encouraged to make a charity donation on arrival.
Craig McWilliam, executive director, London estate at Grosvenor Britain & Ireland, said: "The Motcomb Street Summer Party is a highlight in the Belgravia calendar. It includes superb entertainment and showcases the area's unique village-like ambiance. Grosvenor is very pleased to support the event, now in its 28th year. We will also set up a stand on the evening and welcome people to come and have a chat to us."
The Lullaby Trust provides specialist support for bereaved families, promotes expert advice on safer baby sleep and raises awareness of sudden infant death while The Household Cavalry Foundation provides for soldiers injured on operations and relief to retired veterans and their dependants.
Motcomb Street’s eclectic mix of fashion, lifestyle and beauty boutiques include Louise Kennedy, Grace Belgravia and Neill Strain.
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