Orston Hall plays host to the Glitterati once more!

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International Polo players Michael and Hannah Henderson with Fraser Potter and Sarah GilbardIn aid of the Notts and Lincs Air Ambulance and the Injured Jockeys Fund, over 230 well-heeled guests turned out for a fantastic ball, held in the grounds of Orston Hall in Nottinghamshire, the home of the Eatch family. Guests enjoyed a champagne reception with string quartet playing, followed by a fabulous 4 course meal by Sourced Catering and local company Sophie and Boo.

The starter of Ham Hock Terrine was followed by a whole fillet of beef that was brought to each table on a smoking light box, with one guest per table nominated to carve. The meal was rounded off with a trio of raspberry and chocolate desserts and a delicious local cheese board. Following the meal, the charity auction saw some fierce bidding for lots such as the use of a house in St.Tropez, two days shooting, lunch at Coutts Head Office, a signed England cricket top, a morning on the gallops with famous National Hunt trainer Tim Vaughan and a Sophie and Boo dinner party for 10. The evening was rounded off with dancing to The Big Stuff Band.

The amount raised to date is in excess of £10,000 and donations are still coming in. Thanks must go to the hosts, organisers and guests for making the evening such a huge success.rston Hall plays host to the Glitterati once more! In aid of the Notts and Lincs Air Ambulance and the Injured Jockeys Fund, over 230 well-heeled guests turned out for a fantastic ball, held in the grounds of Orston Hall in Nottinghamshire, the home of the Eatch family. Guests enjoyed a champagne reception with string quartet playing, followed by a fabulous 4 course meal by Sourced Catering and local company Sophie and Boo. The starter of Ham Hock Terrine was followed by a whole fillet of beef that was brought to each table on a smoking light box, with one guest per table nominated to carve. The meal was rounded off with a trio of raspberry and chocolate desserts and a delicious local cheese board.

Following the meal, the charity auction saw some fierce bidding for lots such as the use of a house in St.Tropez, two days shooting, lunch at Coutts Head Office, a signed England cricket top, a morning on the gallops with famous National Hunt trainer Tim Vaughan and a Sophie and Boo dinner party for 10. The evening was rounded off with dancing to The Big Stuff Band. The amount raised to date is in excess of £10,000 and donations are still coming in.

event organisers Emma Eatch and Sophie AllsoppJonny Eatch and Bruce Langley McKim doing the auctionThanks must go to the hosts, organisers and guests for making the evening such a huge success.

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