Michaelmas Ball Raises Significant Funds For Charity And School Projects

Wisbech Grammar School | 14 Dec 2018 | ISC Icon HMC Icon
On Saturday 24 November the School held our fourth annual Michaelmas Ball, this year’s theme was the ‘Mirror Ball’; we are incredibly pleased with the amount raised which will go towards school projects and Meadowgate Academy Mini Bus Appeal.
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On Saturday 24 November the School held our fourth annual Michaelmas Ball, this year’s theme was the ‘Mirror Ball’. The Skelton Hall was transformed, we welcomed 250 guests with prosecco and canapes, followed by a delicious meal all cooked by Jayne and the school catering team, this was followed by a game of Heads & Tails, the raffle and an auction hosted by Ben from KLFM, we then danced away to the band The Wild Boys (featuring Vanessa) and Nightlife Entertainment. ” I would like to take this opportunity to say – on behalf of all the members of the Friends of Wisbech Grammar School – we are thrilled with how the evening went, we have received so many lovely positive comments. To thank everyone that came along and supported the event, all of the school team involved in making it possible, especially the school kitchen for the outstanding food and to the sixth form students for serving, who were such a credit to the school. Also our many generous sponsors for their donations. We are incredibly pleased with the amount raised which will go towards much-needed items within the school, to benefit pupils, staff and the wider school community, as well as raising funds for the local charity the Meadowgate Academy Mini Bus Appeal. Our main aim is to give everyone a really good night, the money raised is just the icing on the cake”. Joanne Munson, Chair of Friends of Wisbech Grammar School

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About Wisbech Grammar School

Wisbech Grammar School is an independent school in Wisbech, Cambridgeshire for ages 4 to 18. It was founded in 1379 by the Guild of the Holy Trinity and is therefore one of the oldest surviving schools. Recent major expansions of the school buildings include a junior school assembly hall, 2 junior classrooms and a sixth form centre building. The school is a member of the Headmasters' and Headmistresses' Conference.

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