Tree House Charity Ball Update
Update:- This year’s event marked a decade of collaboration with the much-loved character The Snowman created by Raymond Brigg CBE. The ball took its inspiration from The Snowman. Which has helped the event to be the biggest on the south coast. The snowman did join in the fun on the night and delivered a special message to the attendees
“I am delighted that my Snowman has helped Chestnut Tree House raise so much money over the last 10 years. To provide care for so many local children and families. I am sure the tenth Snowman Spectacular Ball will be amazing and I hope the guests will give generously to enable Chestnut Tree House to continue its vital work in our local community.”
It was an amazing night raising a staggering £566,025, more than ever before in the tenth year of the event. This, in such time of austerity, was outstanding and will pay for 12 weeks of care provided by the Chestnut Tree House both at the hospice and out in the community families. To put this into context the evening’s contribution is twice as much as they receive from the government over the whole year. This makes a huge difference to everyone at the Chestnut Tree House allowing them to provide life-changing services.
A host of celebrities enjoyed the evening with all including Actress and Patron Julie Graham, Big Brother winner Jason Burrill: Brighton DJ Guy Lloyd to name just a few. And over 600 mystery presents were donated. All in all, it was an amazing night that once again lived up a truly memorable night.Keeping Chestnut Tree House firmly on the radar as No 1 in the social calendar.
Update:- Vintage Japanese Kimono Obi silks and leather create our collection of Clutch Bags and corsets. An ‘Obi’ is the formal sash worn around the waist of a kimono. Once worn by geishas or in the formal Japanese ceremonies. Each Silk can only make a limited collection of products. With no two ever the same this makes each piece truly unique. Late night shopping event was successful as always. The new Obi Silk range went down a storm selling three bags plus a collection of ethnic print items. I’m proud to say that the design range is going live today with Corsets costing £195 and belts at £95 with bags from £55.