Barnes Charity Ball is the social highlight of the year in Barnes, taking place in spring of each year in St Mary’s Church.
Barnes Charity Ball raises considerable funds for local, international and church charities as well as providing a spectacular evening for Barnes residents and guests
Barnes Charity Ball is the annual celebration of the Barnes community that has been successfully running for over 10 years.
Every year, residents of SW13 come together for an evening of glamour, entertainment and socialising. In order to transform the Barnes Charity Ball to a truly unique experience, we pick a different theme every year, complete with venue decoration and attendee costumes.
The highlight of the evening is the auction of community donations, proceeds of which go to supporting several charities.
If you would like to be a part of next year’s event, you are recommended to apply as soon as possible. Demand is high, seats are limited and entertainment is unlimited.
Proceeds from the Barnes Charity Ball are donated to support local, international and church charities for the improvement of society.
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