ESCLA event in London

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ESCLA along with EitC present 'Everton in the Capital' Charity Casino

To thank our London-based blues, we at ESCLA have decided to have an event before our last London game every season beginning with our final league match of the 2016-17 season against Arsenal.

Saturday May 20th is the date... Make sure you put it in your diary as the next day will be the end of a very exciting season for us blues.

The event will be a Charity Casino function at The Horseshoe in Clerkenwell. We are very much hoping to see a former Toffee at the event but more will be revealed as soon as we know.

The tickets are priced at just £5 and will include a buffet along with chips to play Roulette or BlackJack.

Darren Griffiths and Graham Stuart will be onsite to chat with about Ronald Koeman's first full season in charge of the Super Toffees.

Fun is to be had by all and it will be great for us all to have a few drinks and chat about the season together along with planning our trips for the Europa League in July or August depending on how far up the Premier League table we finish.

Everton in the Community (EitC) is one of the UK's top sporting charities and firmly established on the world stage of community sports development. As the Blues' official charity it is considered one of the Premier League’s leading community schemes due to the quality and reach of its various programmes.

Since 1988, Everton in the Community has been at the forefront of social intervention across Merseyside, not afraid to tackle issues which others shied away from.

We at ESCLA are very proud to once again work alongside EitC and try to hopefully make a difference through you are members.

We really hope to see you at the Horseshoe on May 20th.

To buy tickets please use this link:

Best wishes
Rob Madigan,
Social Secretary

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