Local celebrities including TV adventurer and Chief Scout Bear Grylls will be at a star-studded event celebrating 25 years of Splash in October.
Splash Wiltshire – a charity supporting vulnerable young people in Wiltshire – is holding the event in October at Marlborough Town Hall on October 10. Grylls is a patron of the charity.
The event will be hosted by police chief constable Pat Geenty, and celebrity chef Peter Vaughan – who was this week named as a co-patron of the charity – will be serving up canapés foraged for by Splash young people from Savernake Forest.
Peter said: “I love this small charity that does such fantastic work with young people in Wiltshire who are facing challenges in their lives.
“I have seen first-hand the positive impact Splash projects have on building self esteem and confidence and equipping these young people with essential life skills.”
A grand auction will be conducted by Paul Martin on TV shows Flog It and The Manor Reborn, which saw him and co-host Penelope Keith give a facelift to rooms at historic Avebury Manor.
Tickets, priced £30, are available from 01380 734106 or by email at email@example.com