British charity, Caudwell Children, is preparing for a star-studded purple carpet on Thursday as celebrities turn out to attend the 2011 Butterfly Ball in London’s Battersea Park.
The Butterfly Ball, taking place at Battersea Evolution on Thursday 15th September, is hosted annually by the charity, which raise money to help disabled children living in the UK. The charity’s founder is billionaire philanthropist, John Caudwell, who remains the cause’s largest single benefactor.
Famed for their glamorous line-up of entertainment; guests at the 2011 Butterfly Ball will be treated to food created by Michelin-starred chef, Angela Hartnett before being entertained by a string of live music including the ACM Gospel Choir, 12-year-old singing sensation Iolla Grace and headline performances by Billy Ocean and former Bee Gee, Robin Gibb CBE.
The evening’s proceedings will be presided over by Jonathan Bremner and popular TV personality, Christopher Biggins.
Other celebrity guests expected at the glamorous event include Aldo Zilli, Chantelle Houghton, Tony Christie, Joey Essex, Lee Pearson CBE, Peta Todd, Johnson Beharry VC, Nigel Benn, Emma Nobel and Nicola McClean, with further celebrities being added to the guest list daily.
There to meet the stars will be a group of lucky children who have been helped by the charity. Each year the charity invites up to 10 families to enjoy the glamorous event and to help illustrate the life-changing difference the charity’s support can make.
Trudi Beswick, Chief Executive of Caudwell Children, said: “We are all excited about what is set to be another fantastic event. Previous years have seen us raise considerable amounts of money to help disabled children and our hopes are for more of the same on Thursday.”
The Butterfly Ball takes place at Battersea Evolution, London, on Thursday, 15th September from 7pm.
Details about the charity and its work can be found at www.caudwellchildren.com or by calling the Charity on 0845 300 1348.