Calling all High Rollers- Bell & company bring ‘Casino Royale’ inspired glamourous event to Titanic Belfast in aid of NSPCC Northern Ireland

 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE- 12th January 2017

Belfast -based Debt Strategists, Bell & Company, are holding a casino inspired Gala Ball on Friday 3rd March at the award-winning Titanic Belfast and are delighted to have the fantastic support of some well-known names including special guests Lady Brenda McLaughlin and David Tait.

All guests and sponsors alike will be given the ‘Royale’ treatment with the evening beginning with a sparkling drinks reception at 6.45pm and a tantalizing 3 course banquet with Titanic Tea and White Star Line Coffee to follow.

Much loved local favourite, Pamela Ballantine will host the event in her usual exuberant style guaranteed to keep the crowd entertained.  The Luxury Casino will be sure to bring out the ‘High Roller’ in you and will be available for all guests. The fun doesn’t stop there and there will be dancing until the early hours with the renowned ‘Just Adam Band’ along with other surprises on the night.

Earlier this year Bell & Company decided, by unanimous agreement, to select NSPCC NI as charity of the year. Too many have had their childhood robbed from them and endured life destroying experiences. Guest speaker David Tait will courageously speak at the event, which is guaranteed to touch everybody in the room.

The Fundraising Gala Ball is the most important fundraising event, to date, to generate vital funds to sustain the NSPCC’s work in Northern Ireland.  Company Director, Terry Bell states, “Our goal is to raise £5,000 in our first year with the NSPCC. This is a cause that is very close to our hearts collectively as a team and we are working very hard to achieve this for such a worthwhile cause. We must thank all those involved, not least our sponsors and everyone attending. There are still a few tables left so why not join us for what will be a great night.”


The event has attracted much interest already with tables and tickets selling out fast. Some key sponsorship and support has been gratefully secured from well known, local businesses including Cleaver Fulton Rankin, NIBC, Fona Cab, Murdock Builders Merchants, WC Anthony & Sons, McAtamneys Family Butchers, Fluent Finance Abroad to name a few with further sponsorship welcomed.

The NSPCC NI are the leading children’s charity fighting to end child abuse in Northern Ireland.  Almost 2,000 children in Northern Ireland were identified as needing protection from abuse last year and the NSPCC are fighting every day to prevent this.

“We’re the only charity fighting to end child abuse in the UK and Channel Islands. That’s why we help children who’ve been abused to rebuild their lives, we protect children at risk, and we find the best ways of preventing child abuse from ever happening”.


Tickets for the Gala Ball can be purchased individually at £60/pp and there are still some tables left including ‘High Roller’ and ‘House Tables’ – the perfect opportunity to have a work or family get together! All tickets include a sparkling drinks reception, 3 course gourmet dinner, full use of the luxury casino and live music from ‘The Just Adam Band’ and dancing until late.

Looking forward to the event, Company Director Amanda Bell said “We are delighted to be hosting this prestigious event in aid of the NSPCC Northern Ireland. The evening will be a lot of fun for everyone involved but crucially the money we raise enables us to help many more children across Northern Ireland suffering at the hands of child abuse.”

If you would like to buy tickets or a table  for the event or would like to provide a prize for the raffle then please contact Bell & Company directly on 02895 217 373 or visit their website at https://bellcomp.co.uk/corporate-social-responsibility-nspcc/casino-royale-ball/





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