2018 nook ball

2018 nook ball


Email: sophie.mayes@each.org.uk

Name: Sophie Mayes

Phone: 01953666768

This event is closed to a corporate audience only.

Join our host BBC's Susie Fowler-Watt for a unique, enchanting evening with fabulous dining, live entertainment, magical rides and a glamorous auction.

The evening will feature the Joe Ringer Band and The Voice Kids UK contestant, Perry Cooke.

When: Friday 9th March 2018 (7pm - Carriages 1am)
Where: Thursford Garden Pavilion, Fakenham

There are different packages available

Gold Package (SOLD OUT)
£1,000 table of 10/ £100 per ticket
Personal butler for the table behind-the-scenes tours of Thursford with owner John Cushing, access to VIP drinks reception and wine on the table. Preferential seating closest to stage.

Silver Package
£850 table of 10/ £85 per ticket
Access to VIP drinks reception and wine on the table. Seating mid-range to stage.

Bronze Package
£750 table of 10/ £75 per ticket
Arrival drink at drinks reception

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