Dunston Hall – Norwich
Saturday 20th October 2018
Drinks Reception: 6.30pm – Carriages: 1.00am
Join us for an unforgettable evening and help us raise funds for tiger conservation in the wild!
On Saturday 20th October 2018 the Zoological Society of East Anglia will be hosting Banham Zoo’s 50th Anniversary Charity Ball, and we would be delighted if you could join us for this glittering, big cat-themed black tie event.
Guests will walk along the red carpet to a drinks reception at 6.30pm followed by a delicious 3-course dinner. The evening’s entertainment will include a charity auction, DJ and music to dance the night away and a few surprises. The event is being held at Dunston Hall, Norwich, an Elizabethan-style four-star luxury hotel set in 150 acres of parkland – the perfect setting for this fantastic evening.
We will be auctioning off several amazing and unique items, and we are extremely pleased to have the support of Elizabeth Talbot MRICS from T.W. Gaze in Diss, and on-screen valuer for BBC TV’s “Flogit!” & “Bargain Hunt”, as our auctioneer for the evening.
This is one of ZSEA’s major fundraising events of the year and all funds raised during the evening will go directly to the Wildcat Conservation Alliance’s “Kerinci Seblat Sumatran Tiger Protection and Conservation” project. You can read more about this project here
Dunston Hall Hotel
A limited number of double hotel bedrooms are available to our guests and to book telephone 0845 0740060 and quote ZSEA 50th Anniversary Ball. Double guest room – Saturday Night stay including breakfast £145.00
How to find the venue – Ipswich Rd, Norwich, NR14 8PQ
Car parking – Plenty of car park space
Where is the event entrance – As you approach Dunston Hall you will see the main entrance
Support the Zoological Society of East Anglia
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