The Wolterton Extravagant: Trump signs up
“Fabulous” Norfolk charity fundraiser looks to bow-wow its guests
On September 16 2017 one of Norfolk’s great country houses, Wolterton Hall, will open its doors for the Wolterton Extravagant – a charity fundraiser in aid of Hospice Ethiopia. Alongside a champagne reception, a three-course feast and lots of live entertainment, there’s the chance to win some exclusive prizes. And Wolterton’s very own Trump is looking to bow-wow guests in a special prize draw.
Trump is a rather beautiful pug. He had a traumatic start to life but was rescued, as was his sister Coco, by the Hall’s new owners, Peter Sheppard and Keith Day. Now, as befits the top dog at a magnificent country house, he lives a rather more urbane lifestyle, rubbing shoulders with the great and the good and not above taking a nap on an antique sofa, surrounded by portraits of the Walpoles, who built the Hall back in the 18th century.
Fittingly, Trump cuts a magnificent figure. Guests at the Extravagant will be invited to guess just how magnificent – with the chance to win an exclusive weekend break on the Wolterton Estate for whomever gets closest to his real weight.
The prize weekend promises to be special. Peter and Keith are restoring the Hall and its grounds to their former glory. As part of the project, they are converting a selection of the outlying buildings into luxury holiday cottages – the winners will be amongst the first to visit and will be able to enjoy the rambles through one of Humphrey Repton’s finest landscape designs.
“Trump is an absolute cutie, a real gentleman – certain other Trumps would be much more popular if they took their cue from him,” says Sue Mumford, chair of Hospice Ethiopia UK. “The Extravagant is going to be fabulous – it’s all about having fun while we raise funds for this truly amazing cause. We’re hoping the ‘Guess the Trump’ game will tickle everyone’s funny bone – and encourage them to put their hand in their pocket, of course!”
The Wolterton Extravagant takes place on September 16 2017, 7.30pm till midnight, and tickets cost £50, which includes champagne and food. There will also be a cash bar, dancing and an auction of promises including holidays, artwork and jewellery. For more information and to buy tickets visit www.hospiceethiopia.org.uk or contact Clare Glenn, 01263 734853 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Tim Morgan, The Publicity Works – email@example.com / 01263 761000
Sue Mumford, Hospice Ethiopia UK – firstname.lastname@example.org / 01263 768699