Happy birthday Wisbech Ladies Circle at their black tie ball
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An evening of dancing was held by the Wisbech Ladies Circle in a black tie charity event that raised more than £1,000 for charity.
The event marked its birthday and was hosted to help raise funds for Headway, a charity that supports brain injury.
Music was provided by Mayor Councillor Steve Tierney and band, the Ouse Valley Singles Club alongside a carvery.
A spokesman said: “Over £1000 was raised for our chosen charity for this year, Headway Norfolk.
“A massive thank you to all who helped us, the sponsors, those who made donations, Wisbech Mayor and top DJ, Ouse Valley Singles Club and everyone who attended and has supported us this year.”
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The club gives women a chance to give something back to the community.
Earlier this year chairman Grace Humphrey, explained that she chose Headway as the charity of the year as it has supported her sister since a life changing virus of the brain leaving her with uncontrolled epilepsy.
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The club is for women aged 18 to 45 and is part of a network of groups across Great Britain and Ireland.
It is the ladies version of Round Table.
• They meet every fortnight on a Thursday evening. For details firstname.lastname@example.org.