Biggest and best yet: 29 November 2018 – High St
This year’s Fremantle Long Table Dinner will be the biggest and best yet, with 1200 three-course Christmas dinners being served along a dining table almost half a kilometre long.
The annual event, which raises money for homeless and disadvantaged people, will take place on 29 November along historic High Street and hopes to raise in excess of $100,000.
Managing Director and owner of The National Hotel, Karl Bullers, is excited about the changes to the event this year.
“We’ve got Moore & Moore presenting Christmas Markets all along Henry Street featuring crafts, gift idea, goodies and beverages,” he said.
“There’ll be more than 40 circus stars filling the streets and of course our team is very excited about our brand new menu of festive delights.”
St. Pat’s CEO, Michael Piu, commended the community spirit that makes each Long Table Dinner a success.
“This year we’re hoping to surpass $100,000, which is just critical for us to reach more people in need,” he said.
“But it’s not even just the money at the end of the day – it’s the 200 volunteers who run the event, it’s the 100 local businesses who donate prizes or goods or services.
It really is the perfect demonstration of Freo’s community spirit in action.”
Tickets for the event are $149 per person or $1160 for a table of eight and go on sale at 9am on September 3rd.
To purchase a ticket go to http://www.fremantlelongtable.com.
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