On Saturday 27th October will be co-hosting an exclusive black tie dinner in aid of the charity initiative Save Wild Tigers. This dazzling soiree will close the Save Wild Tiger campaign ‘Eye on the Tiger’, which includes a stunning wild tiger photography exhibition at the Royal Albert Hall from 18th September to 14th October 2018.
Luckily local Danesfield House residents can also enjoy this once in a lifetime Wild Tiger photography extravaganza as an exclusive satellite exhibition of ‘Eye on the Tiger’ takes place at Danesfield House from 25th – 28th October inclusive. Featuring 30 of the very best wild tiger photographs included in the main exhibition, visitors are invited to Danesfield House during this period to view the sensational photography that will be on show. Entry will be free for all ages.
Local school children in the area have been invited to submit ‘Tiger’ themed artworks in different age categories to get the chance to have their masterpieces on display next to these incredible world renowned photographers works at Danesfield House. Founder of Save Wild Tigers, Simon Clinton will pick the winning pieces and the overall lucky winners will be selected to be the Save Wild Tigers Junior and Senior Tiger Champions for 2019”. All winning pieces will be displayed on the Save Wild Tigers Website and the duties of the 2019 ‘Tiger Champions’ will be emailed over to the winner’s parents. One winner will be drawn and receive a prize from each age category and the Junior Champion will be aged 4-10 years and Senior Champion will be aged 11-18 years. All tiger artworks will be displayed at the exhibition alongside the world renowned photographers for the duration of the exhibition.
Join us for Afternoon Tea with The Tigers
Thurs 25th & Frid 26th 1-5.30pm
Sat 27th & Sun 28th 3.30-5.30pm
£7.50 per child 2-12yrs
Under 2yrs complimentary
4 freshly cut finger sandwiches: ham or cheese
2 Tiger cookies
Hot beverage or glass of squash
Complimentary tiger mask to draw during tea and take away
Adult Afternoon Tea is available as normal.
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Save Wild Tigers is a global initiative that uses creativity to raise awareness of the plight of the wild tiger. With as few as 3,800 Tigers left in the wild, the clock is ticking, if action isn’t taken wild tigers could be extinct within a decade. Working with high profile individuals from ambassadors to royalty to popular celebrities they develop inspiring campaigns that make a real impact. To find out more visit www.savewildtigers.org
Danesfield House’s sister spa, Spa Illuminata in London, is the official supporter of ‘Eye on the Tiger’ at the Royal Albert Hall – the unique photography exhibition that features work from the world’s leading wildlife photographers and is set to raise awareness of the plight of the wild tiger, which could be extinct in ten years if conservation efforts aren’t drastically improved.
Founder of Save Wild Tigers, Simon Clinton comments, “Despite being a global initiative, our Save Wild Tigers’ head office is based in Marlow. Partnering with such a prestigious venue, so close to our base is fantastic. We genuinely hope the local residents can reap the benefits of such a high profile campaign ‘popping in’ to visit. And if it’s well received… Well, let’s do more here!”
Anthony Cox, General Manager of Danesfield House Hotel added, “We are delighted to be playing our part as official supporter of this important global initiative and look forward to showcasing some world class photography at Danesfield House at the end of October culminating with a spectacular dinner on the 27th.
For further information, please contact – Gez Beatty, Marketing Manager, Danesfield House Hotel. 01628 891010 // email@example.com