Join us at Epsom Racecourse for the annual QEF Ladies Spring Lunch.
Enjoy a coffee as you browse over 50 handpicked fashion, beauty and homewares stalls selling a range of luxury items, many of which you won't find on the high street.
Once you have seen all that our stallholders have to offer, make your way to our drinks reception to enjoy a chilled glass of wine (or juice if you prefer) before moving into our Lunch Suite for a delicious two course lunch.
After lunch you will have to opportunity to hear from our guest speaker Lisa Snowdon.
Lisa is one of the nation’s best loved radio and TV presenters. As well as being one of the UK’s most successful models of recent years.
Lisa has graced the front covers of Vogue, Marie Claire and Elle; she was also the face for Gucci. Lisa has fronted the Marks & Spencer autumn campaign, starring in their TV, print and billboard advertisements and in 2010 Lisa took part in BBC One’s Strictly Come Dancing, where she came third with her partner Brendan Cole.
November 2016 saw Lisa enter the jungle for the sixteenth series of I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here. Lisa co-hosted the award-winning Capital London’s Breakfast show for 7 and a half years, with over 1 million listeners which became London’s number one breakfast show.
Currently, Lisa is working as a regular face of ITV's This Morning, regularly giving the nation fashion tips and tricks. Alongside this, Lisa is involved in successful partnerships across the fashion, health and beauty space with brands such as Sainsbury's Tu and David Lloyd.
Before you leave for home there will be an opportunity to do some last minute shopping!
Coffee & shopping from 10.00am
Drinks reception at 12 noon
Two course lunch at 12.45pm (with 1 glass of wine and coffee)
The proceeds raised from this event will go towards the development of an outdoor version of Bugzi, our children’s powered wheelchair. The new Bugzi will be able to support children from 1-8 years old, an additional 3 years over our current version. It will also provide a wider range of control inputs and seating options to suit their development.
Young children with disabilities who are unable to move independently easily missed out on the daily experiences and interactions of their friends. It’s these millions of interactions at a young age that help us understand the world around us. Without independent mobility, children’s social, cognitive and spatial skills cannot develop so quickly.
So not only will the outdoor Bugzi allow children with disabilities go out and explore the world with their friends, it also gives them a better chance of reaching their full potential.
With thanks to our Committee
Sally Ann Marks - Chairman