Step into the unknown for a mystery night of charity fun

Launch of fundraising event, Imaginarium - organised by Community Foundation for Calderdale at Halifax Town Hall.'Pictured are Martin Moorman, Chris Hammond and Susannah Hammond
Launch of fundraising event, Imaginarium - organised by Community Foundation for Calderdale at Halifax Town Hall.'Pictured are Martin Moorman, Chris Hammond and Susannah Hammond

TICKETS are selling fast for this year’s hottest mystery night.

The Imaginarium – on September 17 – is a secret event at a secret location so be prepared to take a step into the unknown.

The evening will support charities in the local community and also marks the 20th anniversary of The Community Foundation for Calderdale, charity partners in the Imaginarium project.

Steve Duncan, chief executive of The Community Foundation for Calderdale said: “We are pleased so many local businesses are supporting us in this new way and as a result supporting local causes.

“This will be a unique and exciting way to celebrate our 20th anniversary”.

Sarah Petty, managing director of Prego Events Ltd, the main sponsors of the event and the designers of The Imaginarium said: “Every potential sponsor we have spoken to has been excited to do something fun, different and unusual and delighted to have their name associated with creativity of The Imaginarium”.

Other sponsors include Lloyds Banking Group, The Gregory Group (the firm behind Halifax’s Broad Street development), BCA Leisure Ltd, Speedy Hire PLC, Business For Calderdale, Chadwick Lawrence, Riley & Co, Just Jenny’s Ice Cream, Wright Angle Marketing, Liquid Lens Video Marketing and Split Pixel Web Design. There are limited tickets and sponsorship opportunities left for The Imaginarium, visit www. theimaginarium.org.uk for more details on how to get involved..