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Bottoms Up: A Sparkling Evening of wine, canapes and live music

September 4th, 2017


On Saturday 16th September 8-11pm Albury Vineyard based in Guildford, are supporting a sparkling wine evening that includes, canapes, live music and more to mark the end of summer, in aid of Bowel Cancer and Cancer Research.

The event is set to be an enjoyable one, with a live auction of unique prizes masterminded by Tony Jamieson from Clarke Gammon Wellers.  The prizes include an All Blacks Shirt signed by the recent tour, a beautiful necklace and earring set from Stella and Dot and of course the auction wouldn’t be complete without a drink lovers package of wines and gin from Albury Wines and Silent Pool.

This end of summer celebration includes live music from The Unwanted, a great up and coming local band who play a diverse range of covers in their own melodic style from rock anthems to pop classics. The Mayor of Godalming will be joining the event alongside Jewelry retailer Stella and Dot who will have a stand hosted by stylist Natalya Lepp.

For those early birds who sign up to the event there will be a special Meet the Producer session and free wine tasting hosted by Albury Vineyard for the first 30 guests who buy tickets.

Tickets cost £20.00 per person and are available from 


What is this event for?

Bottoms Up Godalming is in aid of Bowel and Cancer Research. Bowel cancer is the UK’s 2nd biggest cancer killer Every 1/2 hour someone dies to this disease.