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Gala Dinner - In Aid of Bursaries
School Pavilion, The Woollam Playing Fields, St Albans
Friday 22 Mar 2024
7:00 PM - 11:55 PM
Please join us on Friday 22 March 2024 for our inaugural Gala Dinner in aid of bursaries. Your support will change the future of a bright young child. We believe that every child with the desire and attitude to benefit from an outstanding education at St Albans School should be provided an opportunity, regardless of the family’s financial circumstances.
That is why Headmaster, Jonathan Gillespie, has decided to host a Gala Dinner, as the natural successor to the annual Sports Tours dinner, with the ambition to raise support for the School’s Bursary Fund.
“The money raised from this event will create a life-changing opportunity for a promising young pupil. It is my hope that future Gala Dinners, starting with this one, will raise enough to fund the education of at least one child for one year at St Albans School.”
Jonathan Gillespie, Headmaster
Enjoy a star-studded evening hosted by Kyran Bracken MBE with two former England captains, Michael Atherton OBE and Phil Vickery MBE DL, as our guest speakers, accompanied by a delicious three-course dinner and auction, all for a good cause.
With your help, we can make a difference to a child’s future. Tickets are £95 per person or £90 per person if booking as tables of eight or more. Year group tables will be available and company tables are also welcome.
Please note, the deadline for bookings is Sunday 10th March.
Parents - when booking, please select 'continue as guest' option.
Please note, you do NOT need to register for an online profile on OA Connect in order to book your ticket.
Our thanks go to Poggenpohl for generously sponsoring the Gala Dinner champagne reception.
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