Trinity is celebrating the exceptional support of Eaton House the Manor School.

In March, the school’s PTA hosted their first major event in aid of Trinity, a spectacular Apres Ski Party, which transformed the school into an alpine scene, complete with fir trees, snow, live music, a drinks reception, alpine cuisine and a live auction hosted by Sotheby’s auctioneer Jo Vickery. Over two hundred parents attended, raising a huge £28,511 through auction lots including dinner at local Michelin starred restaurant Trinity, and a ski minibreak at Powder Byrne.

Later in the spring, the school continued their support of the hospice, raising over £500 by selling Trinity’s famous Easter Chicks hand-knitted by volunteers and each containing a chocolate egg.

Mrs Sarah Segrave, Headmistress of Eaton House The Manor Prep Boys’ School, said:

We were delighted to be able to host the Apres Ski Party for Royal Trinity Hospice. It was a wonderful evening for an incredibly worthwhile cause, supported by all the parents and staff at Eaton House The Manor.

Trinity Fundraiser Phillip Cuthell said

It is fantastic to see Eaton House The Manor supporting Trinity with their first event to raise funds on our behalf, and what an incredible success it was. We are especially thankful for the efforts of the Eaton House the Manor PTA led by Jane Wingfield. Their contribution will make a significant difference in allowing us to continue providing the care so many in our community rely on.

Trinity must raise over £11 million every year to keep providing compassionate palliative and end of life care across southwest and central London, completely free of charge. It is only because of the dedication of supporters across our local community such as Eaton House The Manor, that we can continue caring for those who need us.

Additional thanks go to the following organisations for their support in the Apres Ski Party event:



Holroyd Howe

Fisher Productions