Bangor Grammarians are proud to lend support to the forthcoming Bangor Grammar School Gala Ball – to be held at the Clandeboye Lodge Hotel on Saturday 2 May – and would encourage all past pupils to help this excellent event in any way they can.
Detailed information (below) about the event has been provided by the hardworking Parent-Teacher Association – our best wishes to one and all!
“Bangor Grammar School PTA would like to reach out to all our Grammarian friends and would extend a warm invitation to them, their families and friends to join us at our Gala Ball 2020 on the evening of Saturday 2 May 2020 in the Clandeboye Lodge Hotel. This will be a glittering evening celebration of our school’s proud history and exciting future, which we would be honoured to share with our Grammarian friends.
It would be lovely to see full tables of Grammarians supporting the school at the Gala Ball. Individual seats are also available. Tickets cost £45 each, which includes a three-course meal, sparkly drinks reception and brilliant entertainment. To book your ticket or table please contact BGS Reception at 028 9147 3734 or email us at email@example.com.
In addition, or for those unable to attend (including their associated business), we would be very grateful for any donations towards the BGS Gala Ball. The donations could come in any form or value, for example:
Cash donation to fund entertainment on the evening;
Sponsorship for a section or full cost of an aspect of the Gala Ball, e.g. drinks reception at approx. £800, wine on the table at £20 per bottle (with anticipated 50 bottles needed);
Donation of ballot prizes for the evening, such as bottles of wine or spirits, gift baskets or gift vouchers;
Donation of an item for our auction.
If there is some other way a Grammarian or their business could assist with the evening, please do not hesitate to contact us directly to discuss.
As always, PTA and Bangor Grammar School are indebted to former pupils for their ongoing support and hope the Gala Ball 2020 will be an opportunity to celebrate this.”