Riverside manor is venue for appeal ball

A RIVERSIDE manor will provide the perfect setting for a ball that will raise funds for the East Anglian Daily Times' CLIC into Action appeal. The glamorous event is being held at Bawdsey Manor on the Deben peninsular on April 26 and is one of many charity events taking place to raise money for children suffering from cancer and leukaemia in the region.

A RIVERSIDE manor will provide the perfect setting for a ball that will raise funds for the East Anglian Daily Times' CLIC into Action appeal.

The glamorous event is being held at Bawdsey Manor on the Deben peninsular on April 26 and is one of many charity events taking place to raise money for children suffering from cancer and leukaemia in the region.

The Bawdsey Ball, organised by Fabulous Functions of Battisford, will present the sounds of the Sally Voakes jazz band in 150 acres of stunning park and woodland.

The manor, which has a mixture of Victorian, Gothic, Tudor and Oriental styles, was originally owned by Sir Cuthbert Quilter and is rarely open to the public.


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It is famous for its link with the RAF, where during the Second World War Robert Watson-Watt developed RADAR.

The black tie event, which begins at 7.30pm, will allow guests the opportunity to explore and participate in the Cluedo style fun throughout the Manor House or enjoy a game of roulette, poker or blackjack in the casino.

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For those not wanting to bring their cars coach transport from Ipswich, Martlesham and Woodbridge will be available at £5.00 per head for a return journey.

Tickets for this fabulous function are now available a £45 each from the East Anglian Daily Times,

30 Lower Brook Street, Ipswich IP4 1AN.

For postal applications forward a cheque with full name, address and daytime telephone number stating the number of tickets you require to the same address. Please indicate if you would like to book coach travel.

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