‘Tis the season of giving’ – Scandinavia Need Your Nominations to Give a Local Charity a Free Christmas Party

10, Sep 2018
Christmas party

In celebration of ‘International Day of Charity’ this Wednesday, Milton Keynes’ newest and most exciting Christmas party venue – Scandinavia is giving the gift of festive fun this winter by giving away a Christmas party to a local charity.

Promising to be the ultimate Christmas escape, Scandinavia is asking for locals to nominate their chosen charity to win an evening inside the Nordic Tipi Wonderland that brings together local artisan street food, unique bars, live request music and a festival vibe.

The winning charity team will be able to fully immerse themselves into the festive spirit and enjoy the hygge lounge, mini artisan food hall, banqueting tables, pop-up gin bar and dance floor.

To nominate a deserving local charity, Scandinavia wants to hear why your chosen charity should win a free Christmas party. Share your story on their Facebook page, or email info@scandinavia.co.uk. From all the nominations, 3 charities will be shortlisted by a judging panel and the winning charity will be decided in a public vote.

Louise Salmon, Event Planner and Founder of Scandinavia comments: “We really want to give the people behind the charities some recognition. Here in Milton Keynes, there are so many amazing charities who make such a valuable impact to our local community. The teams and volunteers behind the scenes work so incredibly hard to fundraise so we are proud to be giving something back this Christmas. We can’t wait to welcome the winning team for a well-deserved evening of great fun to celebrate a year of hard work!”

For Christmas gatherings with a difference, Scandinavia is open from the 21st of November for 20 nights for exclusive hires of up to 300 people. Plus, has opened several nights open to smaller groups and teams.

Visit scandinaviaevents.co.uk for more information and to book tickets.

Image- Party Venue by Country Tipi’s, credit Robin Ball Photography.

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