December 13, 2017

Your Invitation to the Prince’s Trust Diamond Dinner

What? Prince’s Trust Diamond Dinner

When? Friday 9th March 2018, Bowcliffe Hall, Bramham 7pm – late

Join the Prince’s Trust at Bowcliffe Hall on Friday 9th March for a glamorous evening of sparkling diamonds, fashion and fine dining as we hold host to the ‘Prince’s Trust Diamond Dinner’ – the second major dinner we’ve hosted for the charity. You will enjoy a Laurent-Perrier champagne reception before watching two exclusive fashion shows. First, leading luxury retailer, Flannels, with a brand portfolio including Gucci, Dolce & Gabbana and Canali, followed by beautiful couture outfits from Julie Fitzmaurice.

During the course of the evening, you will have the chance to win a stunning diamond and aquamarine Yorkshire Rose pendant from Ogden of Harrogate, before continuing into the early hours with fantastic live music and cocktails.

Image from the 2016 Prince’s Trust Dinner – held at Bowcliffe
Photo credit: Jonathan Pow/jp@jonathanpow.com

 

All the money raised from the evening goes towards supporting thousands of disadvantaged young people in Yorkshire to gain the skills and experience they need to turn their lives around. During the evening you will hear from our inspirational Young Ambassadors who have transformed their lives thanks to the Prince’s Trust.

 

Image from the 2016 Prince’s Trust Dinner – held at Bowcliffe
Photo credit: Jonathan Pow/jp@jonathanpow.com

 

The following packages are now available for you to book:

Diamond – £2,500 for a table of ten
– Champagne reception
– Three-course meal
– Prime table location
– Champagne and wine flight specially chosen to compliment your meal
– A gift for each guest

Emerald – £2,000 for a table of ten
– Champagne reception
– Three-course meal with wine

For more information or to reserve your table: Call 07436 837 452 E-mail stephen.owen@princes-trust.org.uk

Image from the 2016 Prince’s Trust Dinner – held at Bowcliffe
Photo credit: Jonathan Pow/jp@jonathanpow.com

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