Published: 00:00, 17 June 2014
| Updated: 11:00, 17 June 2014
Gogglebox couple Dom and Steph Parker will be opening up the grounds of their mansion to raise money for charity.
The posh ones from Channel 4’s Bafta award winning Gogglebox are hosting a special prom event at The Salutation, Knightrider Street, to raise money for Martha Trust.
The Sandwich couple shot to fame on the reality TV series which watches people watching other TV programmes.
They have become well-known for drinking champagne and no-nonsense comments, as well as a masked sex party which was held at their 12 bedroom mansion whilst the pair were away.
The charity event will be held in the beautiful Secret Gardens of Sandwich.
Dom Parker, 49, said: “Martha Trust is local to us and does an amazing job supporting people with profound disabilities.
“We’re very proud of the Secret Gardens and couldn’t be happier to be providing the backdrop for such a lovely event.”
Guests can bring a picnic and enjoy the gardens whilst being entertained by a variety of excellent local musicians.
Mr Parker will be hosting the charity auction and amongst the lots is an overnight stay at The Salutation including breakfast and dinner.
The Salutation is currently up for sale at a guide price of £3.5 million and Dom and Steph Parker are rumoured to be appearing on Celebrity Big Brother as well as having their own chat show.
The prom event will be held on Sunday, July 20, from 2pm, and all the proceeds will go towards Martha Trust, the charity based in Hacklinge which provides residential, respite and day care for people with profound disabilities.
There will be plenty to keep the children entertained including a treasure trail, face painting and craft activities and refreshments will also be available.
Tickets are £16 for a family including two adults and three children under 16-years-old and single tickets will be £6.50, £6 for seniors and £3 for children.
Tickets can be purchased from The Salutation or Hercules Wine Warehouse in Sandwich, or from Martha Trust by calling 01304 610448, or alternatively visit the website at www.marthatrust.org.uk/sandwichprom.
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