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A poignant and elegant tribute dinner was held in the Marquee at Nailcote Hall on Saturday 14th April to mark the 100th Anniversary of the loss of RMS ‘TITANIC’

The marquee was dressed in style with Red, White and Blue bunting while Candelabra and special commemorative menus dressed the tables

The four course menu was created from a section of the dishes which were served during the one and only voyage of the legendary ship. A string trio played throughout dinner with many of the sounds familiar to film goers

A one minutes silence was held before, Opera Singer Amelia Brown started the evening singing ‘Grace’ and afterwards, treated the guests to a beautiful Italian version of “My heart will go on” from the Titanic movie and was greeted with a rapturous applause – It was beautiful!!

Sue Cressman who organised the tribute Dinner was delighted with the evening and pleased that funds were raised for The RNLI – Lifeboats

The event continued after the ringing of the ships bell and announcement of “ICEBERG STRAIGHT AHEAD” at precisely 11.40pm which is when the fateful ship hit 100 years earlier

Dancing carried on till the small hours with the fabulous Motown show from Roy g Hemmings and his Supremes

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