26 October 2019
Strictly for Grace
6:45 pm to Midnight, Dining Hall
Every year in the UK 20,000 women are diagnosed with a gynaecological cancer. This is 54 women a day and 21 of these women will die.
GRACE supports women with gynaecological cancers by raising awareness, funding research and providing local hospitals with vital equipment. In order to help raise money for this incredible charity, former staff head of dance, Pandy Dean will be hosting an evening of glitz, glamour and ballroom dancing as local volunteers, and a few from our very own Wellington College staff take to the dance floor for a Strictly Come Dancing extravaganza!
There will be fizz on arrival, followed by a sit-down two course meal. The dancing competition will take place after the meal, and once the winning couple have been announced, all are invited to dance the night away with our 13-piece band!
There will be a cash bar on site. Tickets cost £100 per person. All profits go to the charity GRACE. Tickets include glass of fizz, 2-course meal, half a bottle of wine and of course live entertainment!
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05 November 2019
Career Opportunity Group: Finance
6:00 pm, The Oriental Club
Formally launched in 2014, Career Opportunity Groups were set up to provide support and networking opportunities for OW’s (young and old) in whatever their chosen career. There are currently over twenty different career groups.
We are thrilled to be involving more from the Wellington Community and invite parents to come along to these career networking events. This drinks reception is a gathering of all from the Community in fields related to Finance. Our sixth form students who attend these events find them invaluable, and hope all from our Community who are interested in or working in the field of Finance will join us.
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07 November 2019
7:30 pm, Moral Room
Come and join this informal group to discuss the chosen book over some refreshments with our wonderful head librarian, Lucy Atherton, and fellow members of the Wellington Community.
The chosen book for this book club meeting is ‘The Testaments’ by Margaret Atwood
To register please contact: email@example.com