Why will the evening be memorable?
We are extremely grateful to the Worshipful Company of Feltmakers of London for supporting our charity through what will be a truly memorable evening.
Worshipful Company of Feltmakers of London
The journey: Guests will travel together to the Cutty Sark on a Thames Clipper leaving Westminster Pier at 6.15pm.
The location: Guests will first explore then have dinner together under The Cutty Sark, reopened by HM The Queen ten years ago having been restored at a cost of £54 million.
An extra treat: You will be offered (included in the ticket) a taste of genuine 1811 Napoleon brandy, produced 58 years before the Cutty Sark was launched!
Principal speakers: Paddy Rogers, Director of the National Maritime Museum will explain how exceptional this ship was and how it broke with convention. Andy Cook,CEO of the Helen Arkell Dyslexia Charity will enthuse you showing how the charity's work changes lives.
A chance to make a difference: There will be a really special charity auction, with a range of interesting and attractive choices at prices everyone can afford.
Timings: 6.00pm for 6.15pm departure from Westminster Pier. Carriages at 10.30pm from the Cutty Sark.
Dress: Black Tie
Ticket prices: £150 per head - bookings now open. The ticket price is subsidised by the Master of the Feltmakers in order to encourage you to be generous in your support! - so please bring a party of family and friends to what will be a truly memorable evening, raising funds for the Helen Arkell Dyslexia Charity. Tables of 10 are available for those who wish to bring a large group of friends.
Return journeys start at Cutty Sark station literally yards from the ship. Carriages at 10.30pm. Easy and quick travel back to all London rail termini and all London destinations. Taxis would need to be pre-booked.