Transform Housing & Support is holding a fundraising Autumn Dinner at the Royal Automobile Club Woodcote Park on Wednesday 1 October.
Guests at the dinner will have the chance to find out more about Transform’s work with local homeless and vulnerable people and how we empower them to transform their lives.
The dinner will be hosted by BBC Radio’s Garry Richardson and will include music and a silent auction and raffle.
Our special guest speaker Dame Penelope Keith will share anecdotes of her life on stage and screen and provide a unique insight into the work that we do.
The Royal Automobile Club Woodcote Park is housed within a seventeenth century mansion and specialises in a relaxed charm and a fantastic fine-dining experience.
The funds raised will support our ‘Building Chances’ appeal and will help us create 65 new homes for homeless and vulnerable people in the Surrey area by 2016.
Prices and transport
Tickets are £75 per person, which includes a drinks reception and a three-course dinner with wine.
There is free parking at The Royal Automobile Club Woodcote Park.