bibic the locally based charity for children and young people with disabilities and developmental difficulties is hosting a fundraising Gala Dinner at the beautiful Pennard House in Shepton Mallet on Thursday 22 November at 7.00pm.
During this evening of celebration and fundraising, bibic will be recognising the outstanding contributions of its supporters and demonstrating the impact those donations have made on the lives of children and young people they have benefited.
Cellist in the World-Famous London Philharmonic Orchestra, Elisabeth Wiklander will recount her story of how, despite exclusion and difficulties in being understood due to her undiagnosed Asperger’s as a child, she excelled and became a world class musician.
Hosted in the stunning Coach House, guests will be greeted upon arrival with a Champagne reception accompanied by a selection of canapes. The three-course dinner will be a fine selection of seasonal and local food and will be followed by a talk from a local family whose lives have been changed by bibic and the work that they do.
During the evening guests will also have the chance to win a host of raffle and auction prizes, with all proceeds benefiting bibic. With more special guests still to be announced, this is an evening not to be missed. Tickets are £75 per person or why not enjoy this evening in the company of friends and book a table of ten for £750. Tickets can be purchased at https://bibic.org.uk/events/charity-gala-dinner
For more information about bibic and the work they do please visit https://bibic.org.uk/