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Event to raise funds for homophobic bullying campaign

PinkNews Staff Writer March 10, 2009
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An event to raise money in aid of Stonewall’s Education for All campaign to stop homophobic bullying in schools will be held next month.

Hosted by Tom Winchester, the party will be held at the Paramount Club, at the top of the Centre Point Tower in London.

DJs such as Adamix will be providing music, while guests have the chance to play in a charity raffle with prizes including nights in boutique hotels, dinner in London’s chicest restaurants and events tickets.

Tom said: “Our party promises to be the charity event of the year. What’s not to love about a night of great cocktails, beautiful company, and a venue that couldn’t be any more fabulous?

“When you think that two thirds of gay teenagers experience homophobic bullying at school, it really couldn’t be for a better cause.”

The party will be held on April 24th from 8pm-2am. Tickets cost £25. For further information please visit: or call 0207 407 0306.

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