To celebrate the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust’s Forty-First Annual London Ball, one lucky winner is in with the chance of winning two tickets worth £700 to attend the prestigious event.
The Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust are delighted to offer two exclusive tickets for its Forty First Annual London Ball, to be held on Wednesday 24 November, at the Victoria and Albert Museum.
The ball is a moment to celebrate the trust’s unique role in providing the science that underpins good game management, and to help continue funding its vital research to influence policy and practice.
This year, the GWCT are thrilled to be holding its annual ball at the V&A, enabling the trust to offer an exclusive private view of Fabergé in London: Romance to Revolution, the first major exhibition devoted to the legendary Russian goldsmith. The trust is also delighted to welcome His Grace the Duke of Roxburghe as the Chairman of the Ball Committee.
His Grace the Duke of Roxburghe said: ‘This London ball is the most important yet. As Chairman, I am honoured to be working with the trust to make a meaningful contribution towards the future of the British countryside. This is our chance to make a lasting impact on Britain’s rich biodiversity by supporting the trust’s ongoing research.’
Competition closes at midnight on 3 October 2021.
For more information, visit gwct.org.uk
Two tickets (worth £700) to attend the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust’s Forty First Annual London Ball
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