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Fine Wine Auction & Dinner

Fine Wine Auction & Dinner - Fundraising event London

Fine Wine Auction & Dinner

The Fine Wine Auction & Dinner has raised an incredible £1.4 million for our international work worldwide and it is back again this November for the ninth year!

We are thrilled to announce that this year’s Fine Wine Auction & Dinner will be returning to 1 Lombard Street, a stunning former banking hall in Central London on 21st November 2015.

Each year, the event unites some of the UK’s top chefs to cook a fantastic bespoke meal for guests. This year’s chefs include Rowley Leigh (FT Cookery Correspondent), Mitch Tonks (The Seahorse Restaurant), Ruth Rogers (River Café) and Bruno Loubet (Grain Store).

Guests will be welcomed with a Champagne Taittinger reception, accompanied by delicious canapés followed by a bespoke meal to remember.

Guests will then have the opportunity to bid on a host of exclusive and money-can’t-buy experiences and items, including the chance to spend an afternoon with the Fat Duck Group Executive Chef Ashley Palmer-Watts and a trip to San Sebastian.

All funds raised on the night will go directly to supporting Action Against Hunger’s work ending child hunger in over 40 countries around the world.


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Register your interest - Fine Wine Auction 2015

Fine Wine Auction 2015

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Event Details

Date: Saturday 21st November 2015
Time: 6.00pm - midnight 
Dress code: Smart & stylish  


1 Lombard Street
1 Lombard St
London EC3V 9AA

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Find out more 

If you have any questions about this event, please don't hesitate to get in touch with Lizzie Charles on 020 8853 7570 or on Twitter @eliz_c.

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In the 10 years I have worked with Action Against Hunger, I have seen the work they do, I have even worked with them and they are a truly wonderful charity raising much needed funds for countries around the world. Not just when there is a crisis but helping communities with ongoing medical and nutritional care and education as well as responding quickly to devastation around the globe.
Sabrina Ghayour, Action Against Hunger Supporter


Photo credits:  © Jonathan Dunne