On Saturday, February 10th, at the exquisite Salomons Estate in Tunbridge Wells, Love was in the air and hearts were aflutter at the Tunbridge Wells and Eastbourne ECA Branch Valentine's Ball. The event, co-founded by Daren Pool, MD at Triple Star Fire and Security Limited, and Andy Hartley, Key Account Manager at GCL Building Technologies Limited, not only brought together couples and colleagues for an enchanting evening but also aimed to generate funds for a noble cause — the Electrical Industries Charity.

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Salomons Estate provided the perfect backdrop for the Valentine's Ball, with its picturesque surroundings and elegant ambience. The venue was transformed into a haven of romance, creating an enchanting atmosphere that set the stage for a memorable evening.

The event, organised by the Tunbridge Wells and Eastbourne ECA Branch, was a celebration of love, unity and the electrical industry's commitment to making a positive impact. Couples and colleagues gathered, dressed in their finest attire, to dance the night away and contribute to a greater cause.

The Valentine's Ball featured a delightful mix of live entertainment, music and a dance floor that was alive with the rhythm of joy and celebration. Guests enjoyed a delectable spread of gourmet cuisine, raising their glasses to love, camaraderie and the shared goal of supporting a charitable cause.

An amazing £14,000 was generated during the event, a testament to the attendees' generosity and commitment to the Electrical Industries Charity's mission. These funds are set to make a significant impact on the lives of individuals facing challenges within the industry.

As the night unfolded, expressions of gratitude were extended to KEW Electrical as the headline sponsors, whose generous support not only helped make the Valentine's Ball a grand success but also showcased the spirit of collaboration and community within the electrical industry. In addition, further recognition goes to the gold sponsors; Rexel Maidstone, Scolmore International, Edmundson Electrical Tonbridge and Grant and Stone.

Their contributions played a pivotal role in ensuring the success of the event and further emphasized the collective dedication of the electrical industry to giving back.

The Tunbridge Wells and Eastbourne ECA Branch Valentine's Ball at Salomons Estate was more than just a night of glamour and revelry. It was a heartfelt endeavour to make a difference in the lives of those who need it most. The generous support from all that attended emphasised the industry's commitment to giving back and creating a positive impact. As the night came to a close, it was clear that the love and unity shared at the Valentine's Ball would resonate far beyond the dance floor, leaving a lasting impression on the hearts of all who attended.

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