Annapurna Recruitment is working in partnership with the School of Hard Knocks to promote their upcoming event and the opportunity to support a great charity at an exclusive VIP lunch with leading C-level Executives and sporting celebrities.
Thursday 1st December
12.30pm - 5pm
M Restaurant, London
The purpose of the lunch is twofold. Firstly, it is in support of the School of Hard Knocks which is an amazing charity which is in their seventh series on Sky One and supported by Prince Harry, http://schoolofhardknocks.org.uk/
. Secondly, this is a wonderful opportunity to bring interesting people together for a great cause in a fantastic venue for a sociable end to 2016.
This is a not for profit event being held at M Restaurant, Victoria Street, London http://mrestaurants.co.uk/victoria/, and promises to be a very enjoyable afternoon for a very good cause. There will be a fantastic opportunity to win a great prize of a safari holiday estimated to be worth around £6,500 which will be given away over lunch to one of the guests which has been donated by one of the SoHK supporters.
All we will ask of the guests is that they buy at least one ticket for the prize draw costing £30.00 with all the funds being given directly to the School of Hard Knocks. This is in addition to the funds already being donated by us from the event.
Places are very limited and are exclusively on a first come, first serve basis. If you are interested in attending, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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Hosts for the event are Ken Cowan (CEO, School at Hard Knocks) and Darren Swift:
Darren Swift Bio
Darren joined the Army in 1982 after leaving school at 16. During his third tour of Northern Ireland, he was involved in a terrorist attack resulting in the loss of his legs and various other injuries. After being medically discharged from the Armed Forces in 1992 he began working as a Film and TV Supporting Artist / Action Performer and as a Trauma Casualty Amputee. He has participated in adventurous expeditions and sports including Skiing & Snowboarding, Canoeing, Rafting, Skydiving and mentors for the Not Forgotten Association which provides entertainment, leisure and recreation for the serving wounded, injured or sick and for ex-service men and women with disabilities. He is the rst and at the moment the only competing double above knee amputee snowboarder in the world. He is currently training for the 2018 Winter Paralympics in South Korea.