Over 200 guests attended the ball, which was organised by UK charity Farm Africa, and each ticket sold for £350.
Guests were treated to a dinner prepared by Michelin-starred chef Jason Atherton of Pollen Street Social, who created a menu of wild duck and bramble salad, roasted beef fillet with braised oxtail and marrow and horseradish mash, and coconut rice pudding served with pickled mango.
Former England and British Lions rugby player Martin Bayfield acted as Master of Ceremonies and gave a speech over dinner, while the Surrey East African Dance and Arts Group gave a performance and Noa Alvarez Quartet played an after-dinner jazz set.
The £132,000 raised on the night will play a vital role in helping Farm Africa to realise one of its key aims this year: expanding the range of its life-changing work to 2 million people across eastern Africa.
Farm Africa’s chairman Richard Macdonald, said: “Last night was a powerful demonstration of what can be achieved when the industry comes together, even in the face of a very challenging economic climate.
“But last night’s Food for Good Ball is just the start of something much bigger as we redouble our efforts to raise even more, so we can achieve our aim of broadening our work to end hunger.”
Scroll through our gallery above to see photos from the night. All images by Jonathan Banks.