The Garden Room at Syon Park hosted a charity ball in May, with catering from our team.
The event was held by The Rockeby School, in order to raise much-needed funds for the Harrisons Fund – a charity which specialises in helping children with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy disease.
We were lucky with the weather – 335 guests arrived to a bright and sunny Garden Room for a day of Create and Fullcircle specialties.
On arrival guests were served champagne and a selection of our seasonal canapés, including smoked salmon blinis with horseradish cream and our famous vegetable spring rolls, which were accompanied by a sweet chilli sauce. After guests were seated, a popular Plum Tomato and Mozzarella Saladette was served up at the tables, followed by a Pan-Fried Chicken Fillet.
The Fullcircle team ensured the venue looked its best, with an array of blue lighting displays throughout the venue including glistening spotlights and 12 newly installed chandeliers.
Overall, the event was a complete success and it was great to see the parents of the Rockeby School with smiles on their faces after hearing that lots of money was raised throughout the evening, all of which will go towards The Harrisons Fund. We all wish The Harrisons Fund success with their goal to stopping Duchenne.
Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy is the most common fatal genetic disorder to affect children around the world. With great events and fundraising, we hope to help charities such as Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy raise the money they need to help the research that the scientists have made with their giant strides with bringing Duchenne therapies to market.
Should you wish to know more about our charity event experience, please contact us.