George's Ball | The Grand Hotel Bristol  | Sat 16th June 2018 Lineup

George's Ball

The Grand Hotel in Bristol

Saturday 16th June 2018

7:00pm til 3:00am

Minimum Age: 18

Charity ball to raise funds in memory of Bristol teenager, George Zographou. Includes a three course meal, a raffle and a disco.


George's Ball on Saturday 16th June 2018

A Bristol mum whose teenage son tragically died last year from Group B meningococcal disease (MenB), is organising a charity ball to be held in the city this summer.

Elaine Zographou’s son George lost his life to the disease in August 2017 after being taken ill at the Boardmasters festival in Cornwall. George was a student at St Brendan’s Sixth Form college and he died the day before he was due to receive his A level results, where he received an A* in business.

The ball will be held on Saturday 16 June 2018 at the Grand Hotel, Bristol, and the public are invited to buy tickets to support the family’s fundraising which will go to Bristol-based charity Meningitis Research Foundation (MRF) and Meningitis Now.

It looks set to be a brilliant evening with guests enjoying a drink on arrival, followed by a three course meal, a raffle and a disco. Tickets cost £55 and can be bought at

George’s sister Nicole Zographou and a team of six friends are currently in training for an incredible fundraising challenge in which they will cycle from London to Paris in August 2018, to mark one year since George died. Funds raised at the ball will go towards the cycle challenge. Donations can also be made directly at

Entry Prices

Minimum age: 18

Entry price (public): 55

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