Like Nat has announced, he will be the host for this year's Great Ormond Street Hospital Charity Day event. You can join in for seven jump races and help raise money for Great Ormond Street Hospital at Fontwell. The first race will start at 13:20 and the last race is be around 16:20 on November 5, 2010.

50% of all ticket sales for the racing course entry will go to the hospital's Tick Tock Club which is trying to raise £10m to build an urgently needed new children's kidney centre. Six of the seven races have kindly been sponsored by Ladbrokes who are officially supporting the day.

 

Help keep the magic alive for thousands of children

Great Ormond Street Hospital is full of remarkable children whose bravery touches everyone. With their supporters, they help keep the magic alive for thousands of children who need help every year. They raise money to enable Great Ormond Street Hospital to provide world-class care for its young patients and their families and to pioneer new treatments and cures for childhood illness.

There's going to be an extra event during this special day starting off at 11:00 with Nat being the host for that day. You'll have to apply and pay for tables for this event. Included are Champagne and canapé reception in the exclusive hospitality suite of the new Premier Grandstand, three course lunch carefully sourced with finest ingredients from the area’s very best producers, live and silent auctions filled with fantastic must-have items and exclusive packages and much more. Please read all about this event pdf right here.

Rebecca of Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity says "If any fans of Nathaniel's work wished to come along to the event there are still tables available at a cost of £2,000 for a table of ten. This includes champagne reception, three course lunch, afternoon tea, complimentary bar and of course the racing itself – all enjoyed from the comfort of the beautiful new grandstand and hospitality suite at Fontwell Park. We are thrilled that Nathaniel has agreed to host this event and his involvement will help us to raise considerable funds for a new kidney centre at the hospital."

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