11 February 2011

30 free fluffy frogs up for grabs!

Froglife has 30 cuddly frogs to give away with the next 30 tickets booked for our fabulous Evening at Toad Hall Event!

The smart-casual evening at the beautiful Orton Hall Hotel in Peterborough on Saturday 2nd April 2011 promises to be a fun packed night, with all profits going towards our Tuppence a Toad campaign. The gorgeous grounds of the venue are a short taxi ride from Peterborough's well connnected station, and they are also offering special room rates.

Our guest speaker will be wildlife guru Mike Dilger, and snooker star Willie Thorne will be auctioneering all sorts of goodies including a holiday to South Africa, original Bagpuss artwork, books, food, drink, pampering treats and jewellery! There will be items to suit all budgets, and the night will finish with lots of silly games including Scalextrix racing, quizzes, and tiddly winks. Welcome drinks and a light dinner are included.

As with all Froglife events, An Evening at Toad Hall will be light-hearted, friendly and fun, and by taking part you will be also be part of our mission to save more beautiful toads.

You can find out more about this very special event here.

Ticket prices:

O Friends and Toad Patrollers: £20 each or £35 for 2
O Standard price: £25 each or £40 for 2
O Table of 10: £200

The next 30 people to book and pay for tickets will qualify for a cuddly frog with each ticket! So get your order in soon:

O You can book your tickets online here
O You can download an order form to pay by cheque here
O You can pay over the phone on 01733 558844 or reserve tickets via an email to melanie.hamlett@froglife.org

So the big questions is....what are you going to call your new frog friend?

Please note - we apologise for the links not working in the previous post! 

Do contact the office if you have any further problems or questions with booking to make sure that you can get your frog.

1 comment:

George Online Cat said...

I am told there is a toad in Tetbury, near Northfield Rd. A friend told me "They travel down a footpath path towards the back of Tesco’s – if they survive the road and/or trolleys and/or feet Poorly lit at night... I imagine they are heading for the pond between the Tesco car parks." If anybody in tetbury reads this perhaps they could give the a helping hand.