Budleigh school holds 007 fundraiser
EXPECT a casino, plenty of tuxedos and glamorous dresses and high-rollers at St Peter’s Church Primary School’s James Bond-themed fundraiser next Saturday.
EXPECT a casino, plenty of tuxedos, vodka martini’s at St Peter’s Church Primary School’s James Bond-themed fundraiser next Saturday.
The ball is the school’s major fund raising event of the year and has raised in excess of �7,500 to date over three previous ball.
Guests at the fourth Big Budleigh Ball will be served a fiver three-course meal cooked by chef Larry Samson.
The high profile black tie event will have live rhythm and-blues and soul music from The Hard Place from Okehampton while Tracy Sampson from The Garden Shop will transform the hall with her beautiful floral displays.
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Trudie Burne said: “You won’t recognise the place! There is also the opportunity to take part in the quality ‘Thunderball’ draw, silent auction and prize Casino Royale for our guests.
“Some of our prizes this year include a limited edition print from The Brook Gallery, designer handbag from The Rowan Tree and a holiday villa for a week in Southern France.”
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The profits go directly to the St Peter’s School Association (SPSA) and contribute towards equipment and enrichment programmes for the school children.
Trudie added: “This year we are raising funds for a desperately needed new community ICT suite which we just need another �2,500 out of �15,000 to raise.”