Gobble up tickets for turkey ball to be held in Gorleston by Great Yarmouth Round Table

PUBLISHED: 12:49 14 December 2017 | UPDATED: 15:59 14 December 2017

Turkey ball 2015. Photographs courtesy of Victor Ling, Barkers Photographic Ltd.

Turkey ball 2015. Photographs courtesy of Victor Ling, Barkers Photographic Ltd.


The Great Yarmouth Round Table has announced the date for its Valentine’s Turkey Ball fundraiser at the Ocean Room in Gorleston.

The black tie ball will take place on Saturday, February 10 at the Ocean Room.

Doors open for 7pm for a 7.30pm start and it lasts until 2am.

Tickets are on sale for £50 each. They include the price of a four course meal with turkey trot, a charity auction and raffle and live music from the Lee Vasey Band.

All monies raised from the ball will be donated to Nelson’s Journey, the child bereavement charity which is the club’s chairman’s chosen good cause.

People can book tables by emailing or calling 01493 335114.

A club spokesman said: “We’re pleased to announce that our Valentines Turkey Ball 2018 will take place on Saturday, February 10 at the Ocean Room in Gorleston.”

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