A charter ball held in aid of Framlingham College’s 150th Anniversary Appeal has helped raise more than £16,000.
Next year, the school will celebrate the landmark, with the anniversary appeal aiming to raise £2 million, to help fund a £4.5 million redevelopment of their facilities.
So far, the appeal has raised more than £660,000.
Held at Easton Grange, Easton, generously donated by the Kerr family, many Old Framlinghamians, Framlingham College and Brandeston Hall parents, other friends and governors of the college enjoyed the ball.
Head master Paul Taylor said: “We are hugely grateful to the Ball Committee, whose tireless work under the leadership of Mel Dellow made the evening the success that it undoubtedly was.
“We are also indebted to all those who generously donated prizes for auction, and indeed to all those who supported the Appeal through their very attendance at the evening.
“Such generosity is very much valued and appreciated, and we are delighted to report that the event managed to raise over £16,000 for the 150th Anniversary Appeal.”
For more information on their appeal, visit www.framcollege.co.uk/150-Appeal-Home