Win One for the Wildlife
This November, the call of the wild comes from London.
As the evenings get darker this fall, London’s streets begin to sparkle with Christmas lights, fireworks light up the skies for the annual Bonfire Night, and traditional pubs offer a cozy retreat. It’s a fabulous time to mix a visit and an event all in one.
Tickets have just gone on sale for this year’s Wildlife Ball, taking place on Friday, November 15, once again generously hosted by The Dorchester, London. The Wildlife Ball is an annual celebration of art and wildlife and is a real highlight in the conservation charity calendar, raising thousands of pounds for endangered wildlife every year. This year is particularly special as it marks 35 years of David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation working to protect endangered species.
At the timeless Dorchester, Wildlife Ball guests will be treated to a memorable night of delicious gourmet food, sparkling company, and magical entertainment, with the chance to bid on some unique and incredible prizes in the live and silent auctions. The evening includes a drinks reception with canapes, a three-course vegetarian meal in the Ballroom, performances from special guests throughout the event, and a goody bag to take away with you.
This year’s theme, Out of Africa, is a nod to the foundation’s work on the continent, and guests are encouraged to dress accordingly.
—To book tickets, contact Emily Summers [email protected]
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