Hello Beautiful Fishies,
I’m going to keep it simple, and tell it how it is… It’s Ball time baby!
This Saturday a sizzling, sparkling and sexy event will be taking place to raise awareness for a super amazing charity - The National Autistic Society. Inspired by our beautiful little boy Dylan, aka Smallfry, who has a sensory processing disorder and is awaiting an autism spectrum diagnosis, myself, Mr Trout and the Trout Brood are very proud to show our support and love for this much needed charity, and to highlight and celebrate autism and neurological differences for all its beauty,uniqueness and importance.
Show your support and love and come party with us… There ain’t no party like a Miss Trout Party!
For more info on my #IAmMe Autism campaign check out my Insta and fb pages. I’ll be dedicating a whole blog to this campaign later this month, including all the ways you can get involved too.
See you Saturday you glittering bunch… sparkle up those scales, grab yourself a gin and let’s do something amazing!! Bring your crew and spread the word! Don’t forget to get your tickets in advance… link below.
Miss T xxx
P.s If you have something pink whether its a blush pink, coral pink, hot pink…then wear it … Dyl loves a shade of pink so we are trending with #Pinkforpickles… let’s make the room wink with some pink!!
You Shall Go To The Ball
Miss Trout hosts and presents her second signature Charity Ball, this time in aid of The National Autistic Society.
Get your snazziest dancing shoes on and your sparkliest ball wear out and help raise some awareness for a wonderful Charity.
Featuring live local talent The Rusty Pegs, a sizzling disco , a raffle full of scrummy goodies, plus an auctioned piece of Miss Trout artwork, this promises to be a delicious evening of fundraising and glamour!
Dress Code: Smart Evening Wear Venue: Clements Hall, Nunthorpe Road, York.
Note: There will be a CASH only bar run by the venue so no cards will be accepted.
Doors: 7pm , last admissions 7.30pm . Owing to the event being private there will be no tickets sold on the door.
All ticket profits will be donated to The National Autistic Society.