Moor House is set to host a glamorous Masquerade Ball in the magnificent surroundings of the Great Hall at the East Horsley De Vere Hotel, Surrey, on Saturday 2nd March, raising valuable funds to support its education and research.
Consistently rated ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted, Moor House, a non-maintained special school and charity, provides education, care and therapy for children and young people aged 7-19 with severe and complex speech and language disability, known as Development Language Disorder, or DLD. An internationally recognised centre of excellence, it is also home to a growing research institute.
The Masquerade Ball, now in its third year, has quickly become a highlight of the school calendar, with guests set to enjoy a glass of fizz on arrival, a superb three course dinner, live auction and disco.
Principal Helen Middleton said: “We are extremely proud of the outcomes we achieve for students at Moor House and the wider impact our research has in supporting other schools and professionals working with young people with DLD.
“Fundraising through events such as the Masquerade Ball is crucial in enabling us to expand our provision and build or modernise our teaching, residential and therapy facilities.
“The Masquerade Ball is always a special occasion and a fantastic way for us to raise funds and meet new friends of Moor House.”
Tickets are selling fast, priced at £75 per person, with tables of 10 also available. Guests can also take advantage of a discounted room rate to stay at the hotel, subject to availability.
For more information or to book please contact Helen Delevingne on 01883 770990 or firstname.lastname@example.org
In addition, Helen Delevingne would also be delighted to hear from any individual or company willing to donate to the auction.