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Earthwatch SustainaBall 2010, Henley Business School

PUBLISHED: 14:43 10 January 2011 | UPDATED: 18:00 20 February 2013

Jeremy Armitage (State Street Bank), Sarah Armitage, Amanda Wheeler and 
Richard Wheeler (State Street Bank).

Jeremy Armitage (State Street Bank), Sarah Armitage, Amanda Wheeler and Richard Wheeler (State Street Bank).

The annual fundraising SustainaBall, held by Oxford-based environmental charity Earthwatch, raised just over £50,000 for the charity.

The annual fundraising SustainaBall, held by Oxford-based environmental charity Earthwatch, raised just over 50,000 for the charity. The money will help Earthwatch to continue to deliver top quality environmental research projects and public engagement programmes worldwide.
Earthwatchs third SustainaBall was held at Henley Business School, in a beautiful location by the River Thames. More than 150 guests including Earthwatch volunteers, scientists, supporters, trustees and donors enjoyed the evening. Guest speaker was Earthwatch oceans ambassador, explorer and television presenter Paul Rose. Guests enjoyed a dinner, silent auction and live music, and chatted with Earthwatch scientists Drs Christina Buesching and Chris Newman, who brought the magic of their mammals project in Nova Scotia to the ball. The event was generously sponsored by State Street Bank.



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