Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LJLA) has today announced that it is to become a fundraising partner with Alder Hey Children’s Charity and aims to raise around £100,000 over the next 12 months for the hospital.
How would you like to spend bonfire night at the top of the Air Traffic Control (ATC) tower?
At Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LJLA), we have made a commitment to fundraise over a two year period for Alder Hey Children's Charity. Each year, Alder Hey Children's Hospital cares for more than 275,000 children, young people and their families. As the busiest children's hospital in the UK and one of the biggest in Europe, Alder Hey provides remarkable and lifesaving treatments to children, not only in the Merseyside region but across many countries.
For our first fundraising activity, we will be auctioning x3 pairs of tickets for an ATC Fireworks Experience, to spend bonfire night (5th November 2016, visit duration approx 2 hours) at the top of the tower at LJLA. You will get to observe the amazing views of the best firework displays across Liverpool, including this years 100th anniversary of the Cunard Building celebrations.
How To Enter
We have x3 pairs of tickets up for grabs! All you need to do is let us know how much you would be willing to bid for a pair and the three highest bids win!
Email [email protected] with your full name, bid amount and telephone number.
Winners will be announced on Monday 31st October and contacted directly.
The evening will be publicised via Liverpool Airport social media.
Please note, winning bidders will be subject to airport security measures for the duration of the visit.
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