GALLERY: Mayor’s ball is a great success

PUBLISHED: 09:49 13 February 2014 | UPDATED: 09:49 13 February 2014

Mayors Charity Ball 2014. Picture: Rob Morris.

Mayors Charity Ball 2014. Picture: Rob Morris.

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A night of glamorous dresses and fine dining raised more than £600 for four different local charities during the 2014 Mayor’s Charity Ball.

Mayors Charity Ball 2014. Picture: Rob Morris.Mayors Charity Ball 2014. Picture: Rob Morris.

Councillor Andrew Pugh hosted the successful evening at the March Braza Club which raised money for March Air Cadets, March Army Cadets, FACET and Chatting Independently, a charity which supports those with a physical handicap.

There were 118 people who enjoyed the night, which consisted of a five course meal, music from the band Skyliners, a caricature artist and a raffle.

“It was an excellent night which raised a fantastic amount of money,” said Mr Pugh.

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