Campbelltown Mayor's Charity Gala Dinner to be a glamorous masquerade

Campbelltown mayor George Brticevic, Mary Brooksbank School principal Jennifer Hamilton-Marsh and students from the school. Picture: Supplied
Campbelltown mayor George Brticevic, Mary Brooksbank School principal Jennifer Hamilton-Marsh and students from the school. Picture: Supplied

It's time to dust off your fanciest attire - the Mayor's Charity Gala Dinner is back.

Glamorous masks and lavish outfits are in order for the Campbelltown Council event which will be held at Menangle Country Club on Saturday, July 31.

There will be dinner, drinks and entertainment on offer at the masquerade themed soiree.

Campbelltown mayor George Brticevic said money raised on the night would be donated to Mary Brooksbank School at Rosemeadow to help them build a new sensory playground.

"Mary Brooksbank School provides vital educational resources for children with special needs in our community, so I couldn't think of a more worthy cause to support at this year's Charity Gala Dinner," he said.

"Playing is such an important part of a child's social development and encourages physical activity, which is why I'm delighted that the money raised from this event will go towards a sensory playground and every child who attends the school will benefit.

"So grab your tickets to the masquerade and help support this fantastic initiative while also enjoying a great masquerade party."

Tickets are $120 per person or $1000 for a table of 10 people. Sponsorship opportunities are also open now.

Details: campbelltown.nsw.gov.au.