HAMPSHIRE COUNTRY & GARDEN FESTIVAL EVENING LAUNCH

SANTA MONTEFIORE IN CONVERSATION

SATURDAY 8TH JUNE 2019 6.30PM – 10.00PM

We are thrilled to announce that Santa Montefiore will be our guest in conversation with Khalid Aziz at our Festival Launch on Saturday evening 8th June 2019.

PROGRAMME

From 6.30pm the stunning Bere Mill gardens will be open to be visited.

From 7.15 join us for a Coates & Seely fizz and canapés Reception.

7.45pm Santa Montefiore in conversation with Khalid Aziz. Light picnic supper with some wine provided and a cash bar.

8.30pm Short talk from Consultant about the medical equipment we are fundraising for followed by an Auction.

9pm Twilight guided walk around Bere Mill Gardens with Rupert Nabarro.

Santa Montefiore will have a selection of books for sale and will be doing book signings during the evening.

TICKETS ARE NON-REFUNDABLE

All monies raised from this event will go to the Hampshire Medical Fund who buy cutting-edge equipment for Basingstoke, Winchester and Andover hospitals.

Tickets £35 must be purchased in advance. 

SANTA MONTEFIORE

Santa Montefiore is the number one Sunday Times bestselling author of nineteen novels. She has sold over 6 million copies worldwide and is translated into 25 different languages. In February she won the RNA’s Historical Fiction Award for her latest novel, The Temptation of Gracie. She has co-written a children’s series with her husband, the historian and author Simon Sebag-Montefiore, called The Royal Rabbits of London, which is in the process of being made into a CGI movie by Twentieth Century Fox. She lives in London with her husband and their two children.

PROFESSOR KHALID AZIZ LVO DL FRSA

Santa will be in conversation with Professor Khalid Aziz LVO DL FRSA. After a 20 year career in the BBC and ITV Khalid now heads up Aziz Corporate  which offers communications and executive coaching and mentoring and career guidance  for senior executives across the globe. Khalid is also known for his charitable involvement raising the funds to build Naomi House and Jack’s place Children’s Hospices of which he is today Life President. He is currently chairman of Enham which looks after over 6,000 adults with disabilities.