Camden Cold Weather Shelters Fund Raising Dinner

DINNER NOW SOLD OUT I’M AFRAID – THANKS FOR THE AMAZING SUPPORT!

Please  join us for a special dinner and wine tasting with Jancis Robinson, the FT‘s renowned wine correspondent,  to help raise funds for the Camden Cold Weather Shelters.

Camden Cold Weather Shelters is a homeless charity which has been running every winter since 2005, housing, feeding and caring for between 60 and 100 homeless people in 12 local churches throughout the coldest months of the year.

The dinner will be held on Tuesday 9 November 2010 at 7.30pm at Kentish Canteen,  (300 Kentish Town Road NW5 2TG) one of London’s most exciting new restaurants.

Jancis,  recent winner of the first ever Wine Website of the Year award, will be helping us taste the wines served and generously donated by Bibendum Wine

Tickets for the dinner cost £47.50, of which £30 will go to the charity with the rest covering Kentish Canteen’s costs to stage the dinner.  If you are feeling extra generous, you can pledge more!

We really hope you can join us and look forward to seeing you there. We only have 60 places available so please book as soon as you can!

Sarah Barclay and Rebecca Lander

How to buy tickets for the dinner

Please buy the tickets via the PayPal donation button below; don’t worry if you don’t have a PayPal account – you can use a credit card.

You’ll be asked first how much you’d like to pay in total for the tickets you are buying and, a little later, how many tickets you want to buy.

If you have any problems using the system, please contact Richard Lander by email

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