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The Felbridge Reunion Ball in aid of the Melanoma Fund

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The Felbridge Reunion Ball is taking place on Saturday, 22nd September at the Felbridge Hotel, East Grinstead. But it can't happen if you're not there.

Tickets are priced at £50 each and include champagne on arrival, live music, a three course sit-down dinner followed by dancing to a live DJ set.

All the funds raised on the night will benefit the Melanoma Fund, the charity Harry set up in memory of his late wife, Myfanwy.

Included in the evening will be an auction (lots include a variety of club memorabilia as well as some more upmarket items), a club quiz and a short presentation from the charity's CEO, Michelle Baker. We'll also have lots of old photos on display and if ever Harry finishes the book he's writing about Felbridge, then you'll be able to buy a signed copy too!

To order your tickets, click on the link attached.

Not able to attend but fancy donating to this brilliant cause anyway? Visit the ticket website buy a 'virtual ticket' instead. We'll read your name out on the night - as well as raise a glass to you.

The evening will start at 7.00pm and finish at 11.30pm. The dress code is black tie (but don't worry, it's optional).

Any questions, then email the event organiser, Simon Quarendon (simon@keenecomms.com) or call him on 07850 618418.

And don't forget to forward this email to any ex-Felbridge players that you might still be in contact with. Over 1,000 boys played for the club and we want to see as many of you there as we can.
We've negotiated discounted room rates for those wanting to stay at the hotel. These are £120.00 B&B for a Double Occupancy and £110.00 B&B for a Single Occupancy. Contact the hotel or visit their website

Harry's already raised over £600,000 for his charity - but he's not finished yet. Click here to read about the amazing work that the Melanoma Fund does in raising awareness and funding research. With 35 people diagnosed in the UK every day, it's not only the most deadly type of skin cancer, but the hardest to detect.