There was an array of celebrations on Friday 26 November, as the Learning and Disability Services of The Fremantle Trust came together for a Christmas Ball like no other.
Presented with an Alpine Theme, the team opened up the Ballroom in MK Dons Stadium in Bletchley to welcome over 200 guests from the Learning and Disability Services across Buckinghamshire and Hertfordshire.
With the impressive Ballroom decoration, everyone used the theme to their benefit by taking memorable photographs both in the photo booth and within the Alpine interactive set. As dinner was served, everyone took their seats to enjoy a festive roast meal; with raffle tickets to hand, everyone waited patiently for their name to be called out in order to win one of the many raffle prizes.
The evening ended with a bang, as the band, Blue Rinse from Bedford performed classic songs to a jam-packed dancefloor.
Operations Manager Lorraine McGinley commented: “Due to the pandemic we weren’t able to have a Christmas Party last year so we really wanted to make it special today - we definitely succeeded.”
A huge thank you to both Gemma Copeland and Rebecca Pell for organising such a terrific Christmas event.