The Marriot Hotel in Swindon will host the annual Clivey and Twist fundraising charity event this year featuring Swindon Town Football Club’s 1969 League Cup winning legends on 11 July
Clivey and Twist is a charitable organisation that was formed in the summer of 2012 following the merging of two charities. The Clivey project was formed in 2001 by local residents and church officials in the Pinehurst area of Swindon in order to tackling an increasing problem with anti-social behaviour involving local young people.
The Clivey project provides a service for young people in the age range of eleven to nineteen, whereas Twist provided a service for younger children, in the age range of six to ten years old and was based in Pinehurst. With the merge of these two charities into a single organisation, we can reduce our costs and provide a higher level of essential service to young people in the local community.
The master of ceremonies for the evening will be Sam Parkin of BBC Wiltshire, who will introduce the 1969 Swindon Town players on the night.
The evening includes a light two course supper with tea or coffee and will be £250 for a table of 10 people, or £25 per person. Dress code is set as smart casual but it is requested that there are no jeans.
For more information, visit the website at: http://www.clivey.co.uk