FROCKS ROCKS & DECADENCE AT PATH TO POSSIBILITIES’ CHARITY DINNER – BEHIND THE SCENES!

It was frocky, it was rocky and it definitely was decadent as the 1920’s came alive at the 5* Grange City Hotel in Tower Hill in London on Saturday 14th September as London based charity Path to Possibilities put on a great reminscing show with the event management skills of award winning company Debra Mai.

Path to Possibilities (an MMPR client), a charity founded by Lola Bello in 2010 focuses on supporting talented but poor children through secondary school in Nigeria. The charity currently has 7 children they are sponsoring and every year they hold a fundraising dinner event to enable them achieve their main objective.

This year for the first time, it was a themed event and no stone was left unturned. From the event space itself to the table dressing, the event handlers intended for every guest to go back in time 1920s style!

Cynthia, our London based PRnista was there at the event as usual, bringing you the happenings behind the stage. Check out the pictures below!

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And there goes Cynthia đŸ˜‰

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Check out the full official images here: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10151903552466763.1073741827.253073821762&type=1

Find them on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Path-to-Possibilities

Follow on Twitter: @P2P_Nigeria

Website: http://www.pathtopossibilities.co.uk

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