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PHOTOS: Warter Priory Bush Beaters Ball

Delighted organisers of the annual Warter Priory Bush Beaters Ball and Clay Shoot have thanked the generosity of the kind-hearted guests after the three-day fundraising event raised thousands of pounds for the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust.

More than 300 people attended the charity ball held at the Warter Priory Estate.

Guests enjoyed a champagne reception, three course meal, a game of head and tails, auction and live music from the band Ordinary Men.

One of the organisers Dorothy Brighton, whose brothers Frank and Richard Croft are gamekeepers at Warter Priory Estate, said it had been a fantastic three days.

Dorothy told the Wolds Weekly: “We have had three really good days and the ball on Saturday night was brilliant and all the guests really enjoyed themselves.

“This is the first time we have been able to hold it since 2019 because of COVID and it was really well supported.

“Organising the ball is a real team effort and I would like to say a huge thank you to everybody who supported and helped and also to all the sponsors and guests whose generosity is just overwhelming.”

The Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust promotes the use of science in game and wildlife management as an essential part of nature conservation.

It offers an advisory service on all aspects of game and wildlife management, so that Britain’s countryside and its wildlife are enhanced for the public benefit.

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