Abba tribute rocks Two Lips

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The big fundraiser for the Two Lips campaign to help local good causes was a glittering ball on Saturday night with a three course meal and dancing to top tribute band Abba Arrival UK.

Rotarians hope the ball will make between £3,000 and £3,500 towards their £10,000-plus target for local good causes.

BALL BELLES: Sonya Lawrence, Jeni Lawrence, Anne Bagworth and Dani Nundy looking radiant in their ball gowns at the Two Lips fundraising ball held at Spalding's Castle Sports Complex on Saturday. SG180513-166NG

BALL BELLES: Sonya Lawrence, Jeni Lawrence, Anne Bagworth and Dani Nundy looking radiant in their ball gowns at the Two Lips fundraising ball held at Spalding's Castle Sports Complex on Saturday. SG180513-166NG

Rotarian Alan Porter said: “I think everybody enjoyed it. It was a really good night.”

Businesses including The Woodlands Hotel and Broadgate Builders supported the ball by donating some fabulous lots for the auction that night.

The Lincolnshire Free Press and Spalding Guardian also had great support from businesses for our big quiz on Friday.

And on Sunday editor Jeremy Ransome’s children, Alfie Ransome (10), Tilly Ransome (8) and Joanna Mota (8), raised £158 for Two Lips with a sponsored cycle ride.

Spalding Rotarians are collecting more cash this week for their Two Lips fundraising campaign in a bucket rattle at Morrisons, Pinchbeck.

There’s another fundraiser on Saturday when Rotarian Alan Porter leads a street auction in Spalding Market Place from 10am.

Bidders pay the hammer price and, if last week’s auction is anything to go by, they will walk away with big bargains with lots of useful items for the house and garden.

Rotarians will be outside NatWest Bank from 7.45am on Saturday to receive your donated goods for the auction.