Chinese New Year's Eve
On Monday 31st January 2022 we will be co-hosting an exclusive black tie dinner in aid of the conservation initiative Save Wild Tigers. This dazzling soiree including cocktail reception, themed entertainment and menu will open the Save Wild Tigers 'Year of the Tiger' campaign culminating in Asia in late 2022.
Save Wild Tigers is a global initiative that uses creativity to raise awareness of the plight of the wild tiger. With as few as 3,900 Tigers left in the wild, the clock is ticking, if action isn’t taken wild tigers could be extinct within a decade. Working with high profile individuals from ambassadors to royalty to popular celebrities they develop inspiring campaigns that make a real impact. To find out more visit www.savewildtigers.org
Founder of Save Wild Tigers, Simon Clinton comments, “Despite being a global initiative, our Save Wild Tigers’ head office is based in Marlow. Partnering with such a prestigious venue, so close to our base is fantastic”.
Alex Robertson, General Manager of Danesfield House Hotel added, “We are delighted to be playing our part as official supporter of this important global initiative and look forward to what will be an exciting evening”.
£180 per person, including Champagne reception, dinner, entertainment and after-party. For more details, tickets or table bookings please contact Simon direct email@example.com; or call 07786 544333.
Danesfield House Hotel are offering a special accommodation Bed & Breakfast 'Tiger Package' including a complimentary upgrade to the next available room category on all bookings made before 30th November. For all overnight stays Danesfield House will be donating a percentage of the room rate to Save Wild Tigers.
Classic - £250
Superior - £275
Deluxe - £300
Junior Suite - £350
Duplex Suite - £400
Prices are per room and based on 2 people sharing. Supplements apply.
For accommodation reservations please call 01628 891010 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Photo Credit - Roger Hooper http://www.rogerhooper.co.uk/profile.html