On friday 21st April 48 Signal Squadron will be hosting an evening of 9 bouts of boxing featuring boxers from the Royal Signals, the Parachute Regiment and Tamworth boxing club.
Proceeds from ticket sales will be split between Zoё's Place Baby Hospice and the Army Benevolent fund. Tickets cost £45 per person and include a 4 course meal and wine on the table. Dress code is eveningwear. The night will also feature guest speakers including Sgt Stuart Pearson, who was injured in Kajaki, Afghanistan and was subsequently awarded the Queens Gallantry Medal. This action was made into the BAFTA nominated feature film Kajaki: The True Story. Finally there will be an auction of sporting memorbillia taking place.
To enquire about tickets please contact Capt Berry GM via email: [email protected]
Zoё's Place Trust is a registered Charity providing palliative, respite and end of life care to babies and infants aged from birth to five years suffering from life-limiting or life-threatening conditions. This care is provided in a caring, safe, home from home environment known as Zoё's Place Baby Hospices. To find out more visit
The Army Benevolent Fund provides support to service personnel. Information about their work can be found at soldierscharity.org