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Charity Gala in support of Red Nose Day 2024 at Chapel House Estate


Join Chapel House Estate for a spectacular evening of fundraising & fun, where laughter meets generosity. Get ready to laugh, dance, and make a difference for a great cause. The Charity Gala will feature live music, a delicious 3-course meal prepared by head chef Kieran Golding and his team, plus other exciting fundraisers.

So put on your finest attire and get ready for a night filled with entertainment and goodwill. You’ll contribute to a brighter future for vulnerable children across the globe.

Your presence will help provide vital resources, education, and healthcare to those who need it most. Together, let’s make a lasting impact and spread joy.

Doors from 18:00 / Seated for dinner at 19:00
Carriages at Midnight
Dress Code Black Tie / Ball Gowns

Tickets £100 per person (includes 3 course meal + welcome drink). Group Discount purchase 10 tickets at £900
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/charity-gala-in-aid-of-red-nose-day-tickets-796085612497


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Want to make the occasion even more special? Book to stay in one of 9 contemporary Hideaway Lodges for the night
and receivea complimentary lazy breakfast hamper the following morning.

To book contact Chapel House Estate via phone or email!!

01843 881290 | enquire@chapelhouseestate.co.uk | www.chapelhouseestate.co.uk

All profit from ticket sales and fundraising activities on the night will be donated to Comic Relief.

 

Blending seamlessly into the Kentish countryside, Chapel House Estate is a luxury, leading, family-run independent wedding and events venue. Located in Minster, Kent, this 732-year-old chapel surrounded by 35 acres is less than a mile from the picturesque East Kent Coast and only over an hour from London on the High Speed train.
https://chapelhouseestate.co.uk/

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