Clickety Chicks 2019

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Now in its 18th year, Clickety Chicks is one of the most glamorous fundraising events in the social calendar. Supported by Gala Bingo, guests are treated to a champagne reception, three bingo rounds, a delicious three-course meal plus fabulous prizes to bid for in our silent & grand auctions. The evening provides an excellent opportunity for networking with the professional sector, business leaders and the wider business community.


Clickety Chicks has been changing lives since 2001 when the event launched, and has raised an incredible £285,000 for Action for Children Scotland.

Funds raised in previous years have had a hugely positive impact on the children, young people and families we support, including started packs for the young people at our New Horizons Service. 


The event proved an even bigger success in 2018, with over 250 guests attending the evening and raising an incredible £35,000 with the help of our loyal supporters, sponsors and attendees.


Clickety Chicks is the perfect event to entertain clients and friends alike – and the perfect opportunity to show support for one of the UK’s best-loved charities. 


Hosted by Grant Stott, Clickety Chicks 2019 will be held at the stunning Sheraton Grand Edinburgh. The night is a fantastic opportunity for networking, as well as learning about Action for Children Scotland and enjoying an evening of fine food, fantastic prizes and lots of fun!


Top companies from across Scotland attend this glamorous evening including MacRoberts LLP, Shoosmiths & Chine + Tait.

Tables of 10 for this event are available for £750.

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Throughout the night you will enjoy a delicious three course meal, prize draws, auctions, a selection of pop up shops and three rounds of bingo. Our bingo rounds are very kindly sponsored by Cox & Co. 

To find out more, or to book your place, contact Natalie on 0141 550 9010 or email [email protected].

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