That's a wrap for 2023!
We'll update you in a few days with photos and how much we raised for Childline UK!
The Electric Ball 2023 was an enormous success. We loved seeing everyone dressed in sequins and sunglasses - the disco truly did arrive at Embargo!
Thanks also to Jenk Oz, once again, for getting the dance floor jumping and Marina Pownall, who took the time to help us on the night AND announce our best-dressed party-goers.
We enjoyed some amazing magic tricks from Rory at @rorygmagic and cooled down after dancing with some delicious, freshly rolled ice cream from Pan 'n' Ice and bowls and bowls of Lindt chocolates.
It was also an absolute joy to watch your teens winning the Airpods and UE speakers. It made their night!
Thank you too to all the generous prizes donated by local companies and businesses. We are so very grateful.
A WORD FROM THE COMMITTEE
We are thrilled to report that we raised an astonishing, record-breaking £47,000 for the NSPCC's Childline - thank you so much for all your support. Thank you to all the businesses and individuals who gave so generously - we couldn't do it without you.
Photos from the night can be seen on the gallery below, and also on Instagram.
If you might be interested in sponsoring some or all of the event next year, or getting involved in some way, please do not hesitate to contact us at email@example.com.
The Electric Ball Committee
WHAT DO WE DO?
The Electric Ball has been running since 2014 and raises money to support the NSPCC's Childline.
Run by a dedicated team of volunteers, we aim to make The Electric Ball a fun and exciting way for children to meet up with their friends and raise money for this fantastic cause at the same time.
As of 2022, The Electric Ball has raised nearly £300,000 for the NSPCC.