The Ryleys School cocktail party at the Holford Estate in Plumley
PUBLISHED: 00:00 03 May 2019
Teachers, parents and friends of The Ryleys School gathered together for the annual showcase event
The Ryleys School cocktail party
Alex and Nicola Bradshaw with Roshni and Rahul Deugan
Annette Court, Gillian Richardson and Nicola Lloyd
Ryley's School head teacher, Julia Langford with Henry and Katy Craik-White, Andy and Zoe Clarke
Jim and Katy Anthony with Shi Karim and Bobby Chandi
Andrew and Caroline Jones with Joanna Skelton and Caroline Buckley
Sarah Fleetwood, Gemma Karim and Veena Chandi
Stacey Jolliffe, Sarah Fleetwood, Dave and Helen Murray
Stephen and Rosie Barnes with Jim Anthony
Katy Anthony, Stacey Jolliffe, Claire Brown and Julia Langford
Minos and Stacey Jolliffe
Antonietta and Alistair Wallace
Tom and Zara Kirk
Nick and Serena Garner
Dr Emmanuel Akurang and his wife, Elizabeth
Event organisers, Claire Burgoyne, Zoe Clarke, Katy Craik-White, Hatti Ollier, Stacey Jolliffe, Rosie Barnes, Zara Kirk and Gemma Karim
Carl and Tina Emery with Carol and Ricky Gibbs
Michael and Kate Cleavely
Emily Pedrazzini and Nicola Maguire
Keiron and Sarah Fleetwood
Glamour was a recurring theme of the evening for The Ryleys School cocktail party as elegant guests arrived at The Holford Estate in Plumley, and guests took in the sight of a luxurious Porsche.
The evening was organised by The Ryleys School social committee. Various events are organised throughout the academic year, aimed at bringing together teachers, parents and school children as well as raise funds for the school and the charities it supports.
Throughout the evening, guests were treated to delicious food, and were also thoroughly entertained by a selection of live entertainment.
They also had the opportunity to take part in a raffle, a silent auction and a live auction to win incredible prizes. The evening was a huge success and guests included premier league footballers whose children attend the preparatory school which prides itself on academic excellence.
The event was a huge triumph and guests thoroughly enjoyed themselves and look forward to the next showcase. The night raised an incredible £20,000 which will go towards the school the charities they support.