Air Aid Ball 2011 launched by Surrey Air Ambulance and friends
PUBLISHED: 18:59 08 April 2011 | UPDATED: 21:31 20 February 2013
This year's Air Aid Ball, in aid of Surrey Air Ambulance, was launched by sponsors at Redhill Aerodrome as plans for the 1930s-themed party get under way.
This years Air Aid Ball, in aid of Surrey Air Ambulance, was launched by sponsors at Redhill Aerodrome as plans for the 1930s-themed party get under way.
A biennial ball, it has so far raised more than 100,000 for the Surrey Air Ambulance, which needs 1.7m a year to stay airborne and relies almost entirely on public donations.
The burlesque evening takes place on Saturday June 25 in a marquee on Redhill Aerodrome and will start at 6pm with a champagne reception & flying display.
Richard Stilgoe will be MC for the evening and after a three course dinner, coffees and petit fours there will be a live auction followed by music.
Tables are for ten people at 1,200 per table (only complete tables sold).
- For more information about the charity, visit www.surreyairambulance.co.uk
The Surrey Air Ambulance Open Day will take place at Dunsfold Park, near Cranleigh, on Sunday June 12, from 11am. Entry is free.