To celebrate the launch of the charity’s collaboration with jewellery designer Cassandra Goad we would like to invite you to a special drinks party on Wednesday 8th May at Cassandra’s shop on Sloane Street.
Cassandra has designed a limited edition silver and gold pendant in honour of Horatio Chapple and all profits from the sale of the pendants will be donated to Horatio’s Garden.
The pendant is inscribed with the poignant motto of Horatio’s family that represents the ethos of the charity
‘May love abound all round’.
Cassandra is very generously hosting the party at 147 Sloane St, Knightsbridge, London SW1X 9BZ on May 8th from 6:15-8:30pm. The pendants and a limited number of engraved cufflinks will be available at a very special rate on the night.
Horatio’s friends, along with his brothers Titus and Magnus, have been involved in the collaboration from the beginning and they are helping to organise the event along with the brilliant team at Cassandra Goad.
Tickets cost £11.25 with all the funds being donated directly to the charity.
Tickets are limited so if you would like to join us please do purchase yours soon.
You can also view and purchase the pendants online here.
The evening has kindly been sponsored by two brilliant premium drinks companies, White Heron Drinks and Pinckneys Gin.
White Heron Drinks are the creative brains behind their irresistible British Cassis, which they have also generously donated bottles of so guests at the event will have the chance to enjoy their signature (and very delicious!) British Bramble Cocktail. The company is based on a family farm in Herefordshire, which is the source of all the blackcurrants forming their delectable cassis and which have been grown here for four generations. This rich liqueur is the perfect apertif served straight over ice, with sparkling wine or added to cocktails for a fruity twist.
Meanwhile, Pinckneys Gin are responsible for a variety of twists on an old British favourite and have very kindly donated some of their Premium London Dry Gin to create the perfect British Bramble Cocktail that White Heron are known for. The Shropshire-based company took over a farm when first establishing their business and have since planted more than 10,000 trees, 3 miles of new hedgerow, and wild flower meadows, as well as undertaking grazing management in order to support native wildlife. Their particular focus is on helping insects and birds to thrive, and conservation is at the heart of all that they do.
Pinckneys’ passion is utilising nature to inspire and stimulate healing and regeneration, which is certainly a passion Horatio’s Garden shares. You can read more about their brilliant work here.
Alongside these, POPS Premium Ice Popsicles and Rude Health are also sponsoring the occasion. The former will be offering a selection of scrumptious alcoholic ice lollies for all to enjoy, whilst the latter are kindly providing some delicious snacks for the evening. Rude Health’s cornitas are a triangular blend of pulses, corn, extra virgin olive and sea salt combined with either chickpeas and lentils or black beans – you can decide which is your favourite on the night!
We’re also very excited to announce that reportage artist George Butler has generously donated a print of his wonderful Anima Mundi, a map of some of the world’s most important migrations, as a prize in the raffle which will be held at the event.
George is an award-winning artist and illustrator specialising in travel and current affairs who has drawn in Syria, Afghanistan, Transylvania and India, amongst many other adventures. If you would like to see more of his work, please click here.
We look forward to seeing you on 8th May.