Henley Life October 2018 - page 10

Save the date - November 7
Girls’ Night Out!
Looking for a new Autumn outfit or Christmas
party wear at bargain prices from major High
Street stores? A ladies’ catwalk show will be held on Wednesday November 7 at 7pm at
Rams Rugby Club, Old Bath Road, Reading RG4 6TQ.
Afterwards the audience can try on and buy from the huge selection of high street
clothes -- all at discount prices.
No ordering -- just buy and take home on the night and major credit cards and cash
Earlybird tickets are £8 and will include a glass of wine/welcome drink and tickets need
to be purchased in advance as there is a limited number available.
To buy tickets and for further information, please email
call 0118 940 4045.
All fundraising is in aid of Camp Mohawk who are a small local charity with no
government funding. The funds raised help to enable them to provide a day-centre with
specially adapted facilities for families who have children with special needs.
They currently have 500 families registered who find it difficult to participate in many
mainstream activities. Lots of the childhood experiences that most families simply take
for granted are not an option for them, and they describe Camp Mohawk as "their
Spotlight on tigers
On Saturday October 27, Danesfield House
Hotel & Spa, situated between Marlow &
Henley-on-Thames, will be co-hosting an
exclusive black tie dinner in aid of the
charity initiative Save Wild Tigers.
This dazzling soirée is now sold out and will
close the Save Wild Tiger campaign
Eye on
the Tiger,
that includes a stunning wild tiger
photography exhibition at the Royal Albert
Hall which runs until October 14 and
features work from the world’s leading
wildlife photographers.
Local 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 October 25 to 28.
Save Wild Tigers is a global initiative that
uses creativity to raise awareness of the
plight of the wild tiger as there are as few as
3,800 left in the world.
Working with high profile individuals from
ambassadors to royalty to popular
celebrities they develop inspiring
campaigns that make a real impact.
Local schoolchildren in the area are invited
to submit ‘Tiger’ themed artworks in
different age categories to have the chance
to have their masterpieces on display next
to those of the incredible world-renowned
photographers at Danesfield House.
For more information on this competition
contact Marketing Manager, Gez Beatty:
(01628) 891010.
Founder of Save Wild Tigers, Simon Clinton,
will pick the winning pieces and the overall
lucky winner will be selected to be the Youth
Ambassador for Save Wild Tigers 2019.
Danesfield House’s sister spa, Spa
Illuminata in Mayfair, is the official supporter
Eye on the Tiger
at the Royal Albert Hall.
Simon Clinton, comments: “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 by popping in to
visit and view the stunning photography.”
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.’’
Smart Women and Smart Works
Reading at the lit fest
This year’s Henley Literary Festival is
attracting some top female celebrities and
authors, including bestselling novelist Kate
Mosse, Grazia Agony Aunt and author Daisy
Buchanan, BBC Breakfast news presenter
Louise Minchin and TV and radio presenter
Fearne Cotton.
Smart Works Reading is delighted to have
been selected as the festival’s charity partner
for 2018. With the event set to be the biggest
yet, expanding to nine days for the first time,
the partnership should raise much needed
awareness for the charity.
Founded in October 2015, Smart Works
Reading‘s team of professional volunteers
delivers a bespoke service to prepare clients
for their back-to-work job interviews. The
charity sees clients from all walks of life
whether it be lone parents, ex-offenders,
domestic violence survivors or women who
are simply low on confidence.
Through a personal styling consultation and
one-to-one interview coaching session, the
charity improves confidence and back-to-
work success rates.
Smart Works are taking a stand in the
Festival Hub between September 29 and
October 3 where they’ll be selling their
Blue Book.
On October 5 from 6.30pm to 8.30pm one
of the key attractions is ‘Smart Talks’, a panel
discussion hosted by freelance writer and
comedienne Toni Kent.
Tickets are free but they request a donation
of a new lipstick and/or a small monetary
donation on the door.
To book go to the henleyliteraryfestival.co.uk
website or call 01491 575948.
Smart Works are also “in association with”
two main Festival events;
Modern Life: Your 60-
minute Guide,
which takes place at Henley
Town Hall on Thursday October 4 at 8.30pm
Feminists Don’t Wear Pink
: a discussion at
the Kenton Theatre on Sunday October 7 at
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