Steve Gubbins Studios supports Chestnut Tree House

Steve Gubbins Studios is pleased to announce their next charity event that is supporting Chestnut Tree House Children’s Hospice Care. This is a joint venture with the Carmela Italian Restaurant and La Source Contemporary Living.

On Wednesday, 6th March, come and take part in an explosion of contemporary art and food! Your host for the evening will be none other then local actor and presenter, Tim Fifield. There will be dinner, drinks, and a silent auction with amazing prizes; all auction proceeds plus £5 for every ticket sold are being donated to Chestnut Tree House.

This will truly be a night to remember! The event starts at 6:30 pm at La Source where you will enjoy an aperitif while gazing upon contemporary art and furniture including some hand-selected pieces from Steve Gubbins.

From there, you will talk a casual stroll down East Street to the Carmela Italian Restaurant and feast on a three course meal designed to stimulate the senses as you take your chance by bidding on the collection of auction prizes.

Tickets are limited! Only 50 tickets will be sold for this exclusive event and at £31.95 with £5 going to Chestnut Tree House, it is a night you won’t want to miss!

If you are interested in attending the event to raise funds for Chestnut Tree House children’s hospice please purchase your ticket for the evening at Carmelas or phone 01403 275375.

“Chestnut Tree House is the only children’s hospice in Sussex and cares for 280 children and young adults from 0-25 yearsof age with progressive life-limiting conditions.”  Visit Chestnut Tree House to learn why they desperately need your support.

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