On Saturday 15th November 2014 Big Hearts will host a Big Reunion of former Hearts’ heroes, celebrating six decades of memorable moments.
Taking place in the Gorgie Suite at Tynecastle, the fundraiser is being organised by the Hearts Fans’ Rally team, whose efforts will provide funds for Big Hearts Community Trust so it can grow its fantastic work in the community.
Kicking off at 8pm, supporters will get the chance to meet and interact with some of the club’s most successful players, as well as enjoying a night of great entertainment. Ticket holders not attending Falkirk v Hearts (5.30pm kick-off) can watch the Jambos’ trip to The Falkirk Stadium LIVE in the suite. The event will be licensed until 1am.
The night will be hosted by broadcaster Tom Miller and will feature an auction, raffle and disco. Top after dinner speaker Bill Copeland will be on hand to entertain the crowd on the night.
As well as spending time listening to members of each of clubs most recent Scottish Cup winning squads, those in attendance can also expect to see some of the club’s greatest goals and moments.
Scottish Cup winner from 1998 Thomas Flogel will be in attendance as will 2006 winner Bruno Aguiar and both are delighted to be making the trip across to Scotland to revisit the club where they enjoyed great success. More details of those attending will be revealed over the coming weeks.
Tickets are available now, priced at £20 per person and can be bought by emailing email@example.com , by getting in touch through twitter (@heartscommunity) or on Big Hearts Facebook page. Sponsorship, business and table packages are available and can be discussed through the same channels.
Big Hearts chairman Jim Panton said:
“The last 18 months have understandably been challenging for Big Hearts. With the club’s future so uncertain for so long it was impossible for Big Hearts to engage in any meaningful fundraising efforts.
“With the club in the wonderful hands of Ann Budge, our focus must turn towards giving back to the community which has supported us so well in recent turbulent years. In essence it is time to give something back.
“We are currently working on a major strategic review for Big Hearts, and we expect to provide attendees with an update on what the future looks like for the charity on the night. Suffice to say we are excited about the genuine opportunity to again use the power of Hearts and football in general for social good.
“We genuinely hope as many supporters as possible can join us for the night. It promises to be absolutely memorable.”