Mayor of Waverley's Masquerade Ball

Published Tuesday, 1 November 2016

It is time to get your posh frock cleaned and the tuxedo out of the wardrobe for an airing. The Mayor of Waverley, has announced that he is hosting a Masquerade Ball on Saturday 3 December 2016.

The event, which is sponsored by Grant & Company, is being held at the Clock Barn Hall, Clock Barn Farm, Godalming, and will feature dancing with DJ Tristan Cleaver and a silent auction. 

Mayor of Waverley, Councillor Chris Storey, said: “I am delighted to be presenting this exciting event which promises to deliver a wonderful evening of masquerade, music and dancing in aid of some great local causes. All the money raised from the tickets sales and the audition will be to support my two charities, Change of Scene and The Royal Surrey County Hospital's Charitable Fund.

“The ball is a really positive way to help people in our community and have a splendid, enjoyable evening.”

Tickets for the event are £60 per person – this includes a welcome reception, three course meal and entertainment.  Tickets can be bought by calling 07970 574479 or emailing

Note to editors

Change of Scene provides respite, educational and leisure facilities for disadvantaged children (aged 6 – 18) from across Surrey and Hampshire. Many are referred by schools and colleges and the charity helps them gain strength from the natural environment; achieve a sense of purpose, boost self-esteem and also provides a sanctuary they can return too.  Change of Scene also provides 1:1 support to help those children who struggle in the classroom environment due to social, emotional and/or behavioural difficulties.

The Royal Surrey County Hospital's Charitable Fund primary aim is to support services that directly, or have the potential to, benefit patients of the Royal Surrey County Hospital.  This is principally through providing medical equipment, improving and enhancing facilities and education, learning and development that are not normally provided by the hospital through NHS funding.  

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