October 7, 2016
Following the success of Palmer Capital’s 2015 charity Poker Tournament, Palmer Capital alongsode Forsters will be holding the event again to support LandAid, the property industry’s leading charity.
The event will be held at the prestigious private members club, The Clermont Club in Berkeley Square. For three centuries Berkeley Square in Mayfair has been London’s most fashionable and desirable address. The Clermont Club’s home, completed in 1745, was built by the eminent William Kent for Lady Isabella Finch, a member of the household of King George III. It’s gaming connections began in the early 19th Century with past members including aristocrats, statesmen, celebrities, and movie stars.
The tournament, sponsored by Forsters will be taking place on 3rd November and is set to get the competitive juices flowing with over 50 property professionals competing for a total prize pot of £1750.
Palmer Capital expects to raise over £10,000 from the evening with all proceeds going to Landaid, a charity focused on bringing the property industry together to work to end youth homelessness in the UK. It tackles the root causes of youth homelessness, protects young people on the streets, provides accommodation and support for those who have been homeless and gives a platform to young people to have their voices heard.
Their are only 15 spaces left for those who wish to participate and 10 spaces for spectators.
For those wishing to partake, tickets cost £100 which includes unlimited Champagne, canapés and 1,000 betting chips.
If you are interested in attending please get in touch with Amy Cummings at: firstname.lastname@example.org