Brentford at Syon Park

Fund Raising Dinner and Auction

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The Great Conservatory at Syon Park, (photo Tony Marshall)

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Brentford at the Great Conservatory, Syon Park on 7pm Thursday 24 September 2009

Champagne Reception,
Raffle Music,
and Dancing

raising money for Brentford Christmas Lights 2009
Dress Fabulous - Tickets £40

Following the success of the Brentford Christmas Lights over the past two years we hope to have a much more impressive display for 2009. Funding is also needed on an annual basis to have the lights put up and taken down by the Council and storage when not in use.

Syon Park has very kindly given the Brentford High Street Steering Group the use of the Great Conservatory for a fund raising evening in September.

The Great Conservatory is the crowning glory of Syon Park‘s gardens. The 3rd Duke of Northumberland commissioned Charles Fowler to build the conservatory in 1826, the first of its kind to be built out of gunmetal, Bath stone and glass.It was originally designed to act as a show house for the Duke's exotic plants and inspired Joseph Paxton in his designs for the Crystal Palace. To this day the Conservatory is still magnificent and a wonderful location for weddings and events.

We are delighted to be able to organise what should be a very enjoyable evening for both residents and the business community to come together to meet old and new friends,have some fun and raise money for a brighter Brentford this Christmas.

For more information please contact Julia Quilliam, at Quilliam Property Services 206 High Street Brentford TW8 8AH, Tel 020 88474737

If you would like to contribute to this event, are a business and would like to donate auction items, maybe you're a florist and can help with floral arrangements, if you can help promote the event or wish to get involved in any way, please contact Julia.

July 10, 2009