The 2020 Wayland Spring Ball will be held on Saturday 7th March at Lynford Hall Hotel, Mundford, IP26 5HW.
This year we are raising money for Norfolk charity the The Benjamin Foundation which was founded in Norfolk in 1994 and provides emotional wellbeing support and positive activities for young people with limited opportunities in life, as well as working to prevent youth homelessness. The Benjamin Foundation brings hope, opportunity, stability and independence to the young people and families it supports. Funds raised at our Ball will be allocated to services and activities which will be delivered by the charity, from Watton Youth and Community Centre and will directly benefit children, young people and families in the Watton and Wayland area.
The evening begins at 7pm, with a complimentary glass of sparkling wine on arrival, followed by three course dinner and Charity Auction. Entertainment for the evening features 'The Sax Walker and DJ’ and Casino. Coffee, cheese and biscuits are served at midnight. Dress is Peaky Blinders Black Tie. Carriages 2am.
Tickets are £60 and tables of 8 or 10 can be booked using the application form attached. Wine is available from ourselves to pre-book (profit goes to the charity), or from the hotel on the night.
For those who wish to take the opportunity to stay at the hotel we have secured special rates for our guests for the evening:
£75 for a courtyard room, £95 for an East Wing Room and £120 for a Feature room. Please book rooms directly with the hotel https://www.lynfordhallhotel.co.uk/index.html
If you would like to support the event with sponsorship or an auction lot please contact Claire Bowes at email@example.com 07789796937
Our popular annual Wayland Ball is held in the Spring every year with everyone enjoying a great meal, a lively fund-raising auction in aid of charity – and frenetic dancing. The 2019 Ball raised a total of £24,000 which was divided between Addenbrooke's Charitable Trust - Making a Difference for Patients and The Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Kings Lynn, Breast Care Unit Development Fund. Many thanks to everyone who contributed so generously.
Members of the organising committee of the Wayland Spring Ball, Claire Bowes, Shirley Scott and Di Sculfer were very pleased to present Norfolk children’s charity, Nelson’s Journey, with a cheque for £10,000 raised at the Ball, which was held in 2018 at Lynford Hall. Receiving the cheque was Sarah Hyde, of Nelson’s Journey.
Nelson’s Journey gives valuable support and comfort to bereaved children in Norfolk and Sarah said: “A full package of support costs £522 for a child or young person. This includes an assessment of a child’s bereavement needs, attendance on a therapeutic weekend and one to one follow up work. That means the fantastic £10,000 could fund 19 children through this process, helping them to move forward positively with their lives”
Claire Bowes of the organising committee said: “We are delighted to have been able to raise £10,000 for Nelson’s Journey at this year’s Ball. It is only with the generous support of our guests, sponsors and donors that we are able to raise the funds that we do and we are extremely thankful for their continued support”