Join us at our Annual Charity Gala Dinner – Now Sold Out

We’re delighted to announce that we are holding our first Annual Gala Dinner for Charity and we invite YOU to brush off your black tie or posh frock and join us.

The event will consist of a sparkling reception, a 3-course dinner with coffee/tea and an auction hosted by our very own Jonny Gould, along with raffle & entertainment and will raise funds for the Radio Bath Charity and this year’s partner charities.

About the Charities

The Radio Bath Charity provides a professionally run, locally focussed voluntary radio station, acting as a voice and platform for the area. Charitable aims for the organisation include providing training opportunities and support to local organisations and individuals and supporting the advancement of the arts, culture, heritage or science in the area.

The Lily Foundation who are UK’s leading mitochondrial disease charity and the largest charitable funder of mitochondrial research in Europe. The Lily Foundation’s achievements are extraordinary and include investing £3 million into world-leading research, lobbying to change UK law on mitochondrial donation, helping provide purpose-built family accommodation for those who have loved ones in hospital, and providing support to over 850 families in the UK whose lives have been affected by mitochondrial disease

Southside whose work supports individuals and families living in Bath and North East Somerset to make positive changes in their lives. A truly community-based charity, Southside have deep roots in the areas they serve. The organisation began with a team of two and now more than twenty years later the team has grown to over fifty staff & volunteers, based at Meade House on Bath’s Whiteway Estate. Their services reach out to individuals and families all over the Bath and North East Somerset region.

And the Peggy Dodd Centre which is a local charity supporting those with memory loss and their carers. The charity has been in existence for over twenty years, providing support for those who care for loved ones who live with memory loss, working to enable families to stay longer in their own homes, and providing carers with a vital break to have time to themselves.

The event will take place at The Doubletree by Hilton on Walcott Street on July 7th and tickets are £55 per person. The event promises to be a real highlight in the charitable calendar for the city and we hope to make lots of funds for our fantastic charity partners as well as to support the ongoing work in the community by Radio Bath.

You can find out more or book tickets by emailing our team direct at and if you are a business and interested in sponsorship opportunities or donating to our auction and raffle, contact

We can’t wait to see as many of you there as possible.

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