The Annual Charity Boxing Dinner is a black tie event attracting over 400 guests, which – since it first began, 30 years ago – has raised millions of pounds for good causes.

The Dinner was first established by the Philip Green Memorial Trust (PGMT) in 1986, but, in 2011, PGMT and Norwood joined forces to stage the event together, with the income divided equally between both charities.

In 2013, PGMT was renamed Paskin Children’s Trust, in honour of the Chairman, Cyril Paskin, who passed away in 2011.

Today, the Annual Charity Boxing Dinner brings together supporters of both Norwood and Paskin Children’s Trust, boxing fans, legends of the boxing world, and celebrities – all looking to raise vital funds for the charities.

The boxing itself is of an incredibly high standard – three professionally sanctioned bouts, certified by the British Boxing Board of Control, with the opportunity to bid in the tote.

And, alongside the boxing, the event always includes a three-course dinner, a first-class comedian, a raffle, and silent and live auctions.

Each Annual Charity Boxing Dinner is bigger and better than the last, so this is definitely an event to stick in your calendar each year.