We were delighted to welcome 40 clients of Ten2Two Sussex and St Peter and St James’s major donors to Ridgeview Wine Estate in Ditchling, for a tour, tasting with canapes and very informative presentation, by Ridgeview on the traditional method of creating English sparkling wine.

It was a lovely evening,  Ridgeview commands a magnificent view over the South Downs, which gave a very relaxed atmosphere to the networking and tasting.

We would like to thank all those that attended for their support and generosity of donations to the Hospice

Ridgeview's winning sparkling wines

Ridgeview’s winning sparkling wines

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Emma Cleary Director Ten2Two Sussex welcoming guests

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Winery tour

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Jo July from St Peter & St James Hospice telling us about her tragic experiences and the love and support she received at the Hospice

Ten2Two Sussex and St Peter & St James Hospice guests

Ten2Two Sussex and St Peter & St James Hospice guests

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