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Save Friday 1st March 2024 for TVF Spring Lunch

We look forward to welcoming you to TVF's Spring Lunch on Friday 1st March 2024 -please save the date!  

A huge thank you to all those who attended and supported TVF’s Summer Lunch and to our very Special Guest Sir Trevor McDonald OBE and TVF Ambassador Linda Duberley.

Thank you also to our fantastic sponsor CANTELL and CO Sales and Lettings, those who so generously donated prizes for the raffle and silent auction including Alison Jee and Alastair Edwards,  Elisha Farrell - Andrews & Bar Finance and Lyndsay Kenwright – The SPIRITED YOGINI, and Doran Vineyards, to Photographer Vicki Sharp, and the marvelous team at The Richmond Golf Club who helped make the event so enjoyable.

Congratulations to the winners in the raffle and silent auction which helped to raise over £3,400. The funds will help to provide medical support and equipment to those in great need in the local community.

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Join us at  TVF’s Summer Lunch on Friday 2nd June in the stunning Cube Room at The Richmond Golf Club in Petersham.

Our Special Guest Sir Trevor McDonald OBE will be in conversation with Journalist and Broadcaster Linda Duberley.

Enjoy a Sparkling Reception, Two Course Lunch, Coffee and Truffles, our very Special Guest whilst raising funds for those in great need in the local and wider community. Don't miss this truly very special event. 

‘The Victoria Foundation is a highly effective charity and does  great work for many people. It is marvellous to have the opportunity to be involved.’       

 Sir Trevor McDonald OBE

Tickets £40 single or £75 for TWO or £290 TABLE FOR EIGHT GUESTS


The Cube Room at The Richmond Golf Club

The jewel in the crown of Sudbrook House is the magnificent baroque Cube Room. As its name suggests, the proportions of the space form a perfect cube. The ceiling is the height of the building’s two main storeys.

The room is decorated with beautiful coats of arms carved above the doorways. These are believed to allude to the Duke of Argyll’s military achievements.The Campbell family arms are carved in pine in the great panel above the mirror. The ornate marble chimney piece is believed to be the work of the Flemish sculptor, John Michael Rysbrack.