50th Anniversary Dinner

To Celebrate 50 years of Putting Wild Salmon First the Atlantic Salmon Trust will have a Celebratory Dinner for 500 guests. The Dinner will follow a major international symposium on the decline of wild Atlantic salmon in the ocean. The Dinner, hosted by our President Earl Percy, will take place on Thursday 25th May 2017, in the stunning house, conservatory and gardens of Syon Park, London, which has been kindly donated for the evening by the Duke of Northumberland.

The objectives of the dinner are:

To raise awareness of the importance of the Atlantic Salmon in our environment as a bell weather for environmental change

To explain the importance of the work the Atlantic Salmon Trust is currently undertaking & supporting

To raise funds for the new scientific projects l To launch the new AST Friends & AST Presidents club

Sponsorship
The AST are looking for key sponsors to partner with us on the 50th Anniversary event. We will provide opportunities for you to work alongside the marketing and PR team to promote your company brand and profile to guests attending the Scientific Symposium and the Gala Dinner. Helping you to reach your target audience and meet our goals to raise awareness and funds for salmon conservation.

Auction Lots
We are running both a Silent Auction and Live Auction at the Gala dinner, which will be available online 2 weeks prior to the event. Our aim is to raise over £100,000 through the auction. We are seeking a mixed bag of varied lots from £100 to over £10,000 in value. A selection of lots provided will be featured in the live auction, we want our guest bidders to have the best fun! As with sponsorship we are able to provide a range of PR opportunities and benefits to donors of our Auction Lots, depending on the value of the lot.

Tables
There will be over 50 tables for sale. The table price is £2,500 for a table of 8 and £3,000 for a table of 10. VIP tables next to the stage are available for £5,000. Purchase a table to share with your friends, enjoy a splendid evening in stunning surroundings and most importantly play your part in helping to conserve the mighty salmon.

If you are able to help please get in touch using the contact details below.

Pamela Lowry email: administrator@atlanticsalmontrust.org

Date
25/05/17 - 25/05/17
Time
8:00 p.m.
Location
Syon House
Syon Park
Brentford
Middx TW8 8JF

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Please contact Pamela to book in for this event: pamela@atlanticsalmontrust.org

New Website coming soon: http://www.atlanticsalmonlostatsea.net

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