QASPA Scarlet Ball Raises £25,000

Tuesday 2nd April 2019

Our keenly anticipated QASPA Scarlet Ball took place on the evening of Saturday 16 March, with the theme of ‘secret garden’.




Great fun was had by all and we are thrilled to have raised in the region of £25,000, all due to the hard work and dedication of the QASPA Ball Committee and the support of parents and Queen Anne’s staff.




The QASPA Scarlet Ball is held every other year to bring together the Queen Anne’s community for an evening of entertainment and celebration of the school.


The evening began with a champagne welcome drinks reception, followed by a fabulous dinner, and a performance by the Twilight Dance Company. We then danced the night away to the music of JG Collective. It really was a night to remember!




Most importantly, the aim of the Scarlet Ball is to raise funds for worthy causes and the evening included both a live and silent auction. All funds raised were split between local charity Smart Works and the on-going development projects at Queen Anne’s School.



Thank you to everybody for their support, particularly to our QASPA Committee, Alumnae Co-ordinator and Events Team for their organisation of the event. Thank you also to our dance students for their enchanting dance performances.



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