Ladies showed their support for a children’s cancer charity by attending an event held at Club Palm Beach in Wellingborough on Friday (June 23).
A whole host of adult entertaiment and activities took place in aid of Chelsea’s Angels on the night, including a fundraising auction.
Chelsea’s Angels was formed in memory of Chelsea Knighton, of Irthlingborough, who died in 2009 from acute neuroblastoma.
It supports children with rare forms of cancer and their families.
Charity co-founder Michelle Tomkins wished to thank Club Palm Beach for its support to host the charity night.
She said: “We would like to thank the waiters for being so brave and helping us raise about £100 from the auction. They were brilliant for wanting to support the charity.
“Lots of people dressed up in 911 emergency services outfits so it was nice to see people joining in with the fun of it all.
“This was one of many events we hold. We hold or attend events most weekends to help raise funds and awareness of the charity and childhood cancers, particularly Neuroblastoma.
“We are coming up to our annual ‘Wear Pink To Work Or At Home Day’ on August 9. People can donate £1 to raise funds for the charity and pay tribute to Chelsea on the day she lost her long battle.”
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