Dinner, dancing and an exciting night of fundraising on Saturday 23rd March 2019
The Royal National Hotel
38-51 Bedford Way
London WC1H 0DG
7.00 pm - Welcome drink on arrival
7.30 pm – Welcome speech and dinner
9.00 pm – Speakers and auction
Mr John Connett, parent of child with Apert Syndrome
John will talk through the eyes of a father who had never heard of craniosynostosis 5 years ago when his second son was born. He will talk of their family’s cranio journey so far and how it led to them meeting the Queen.
Mr Addison Gelpey, celebrity speaker and auctioneer
Addison is an excellent raconteur, with a flair for entertainment, having worked as an auctioneer and valuer for the past 11 years, and as also a partner in Criterion Auctioneers of London. He was the main presenter on Channel 5's prime time series, 'Storage, Flog the Lot' as their auctioneer and expert. He has also appeared on BBC's Bargain Hunt and Bargain Hunt 'Famous Find'.
10.00 pm – Raffle and dancing
11.30 pm – Carriages
Ball Ticket (Welcome drink, 3 course dinner, half bottle of wine, after dinner coffee/tea)
£75 per person
Table of 10 Ball Tickets
(10 tickets @ £75 each on a designated table** includes welcome drink, 3 course dinner, half bottle of wine, after dinner coffee/tea)
£750 per table
* Individual will be contacted to provide their menu choices
** Designated table host (i.e. person making the booking) will be contacted to provide names and the menu choices for all ten individuals on their table.
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Please note that tickets are non-refundable
All the money raised will to go towards funding Headlines Craniofacial Support’s new Vision and Mission.
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