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St Andrew’s Charity Ball, Edinburgh

Our second St Andrew’s Charity Ball, Edinburgh aims to bring the Scottish business community together for an evening of celebration while raising vital funds for Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland.

As a Scottish-based charity, all money raised in Scotland stays in Scotland which is why the evening will focus on celebrating Scotland! Bring your friends, family and colleagues and celebrate St Andrew’s night in Style. Dress to impress and we promise it will be a night to remember as we welcome you to the Sheraton Grand Hotel & Spa, Edinburgh.

Your support through the St Andrew’s Ball will enable us to help more people like 22 year old Hollie who lost her ability to talk, read and write after suffering a stroke 2 years ago. One of our brilliant stroke nurses supported Hollie to rebuild her confidence and skills, and 2 years on the aspiring young writer has published her first book. By joining us at the St Andrew’s Ball you will help people like Hollie take back their lives and do what they love again

Book a table for the 2021 St Andrew’s Ball which will take place Friday 26th November 2021.

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Event Information

Celebrate Scotland with Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland’s Charity Ball

Our second St Andrew’s Charity Ball will take place on Friday 26th November 2021 at the Sheraton Grand Hotel & Spa, Edinburgh – one of the cities only luxury 5 star hotels. Overlooking Edinburgh Castle, the Sheraton Grand Hotel & Spa is just a five minute walk from Princes Street, 550 yards from Edinburgh Castle.

We have some fantastic auction prizes up for grabs on the night including dinner at the top of the Forth Bridge North Cantilever kindly donated by Balfour Beatty and Room with a View.

Table & Ticket Information

Your table includes:

  • Piper on arrival
  • Drinks Reception with a glass of fizz
  • 3-Course Scottish-themed menu
  • ½ bottle of wine per person
  • Silent auction & live after dinner auction
  • Live entertainment from Whisky Kiss – the only ceilidh band to have an iTunes no.1 single in multiple countries from Europe to South America
  • Goody bag and souvenir event programme

The evening’s dress code is Highland Dress or Black Tie

Single Ticket: £80

Table of 8: £640

Table of 10: £800

Table of 12: £960


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Sponsorship Opportunities

Together we can ensure there is No Life Half Lived in Scotland

Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland’s St Andrew’s Ball has a variety of unique packages for sponsors interested in placing their brand in front of a captive Scottish audience. From headline sponsors to marketing in our souvenir event programme, we have packages for companies of all sizes.

To express you interest in sponsoring our St Andrew’s Ball please get in touch with Catriona Wilson at or you can call us on 07741 333 305.

Join us for the St Andrew’s Ball 2021!

Friday 26th November 2021

Please fill out the below contact information and a member of our events team will be in touch.

If you have any questions please contact us on 07741 333 305 or email Catriona Wilson at

Single Ticket: £80

Table of 8: £640

Table of 10: £800

Table of 12: £960

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