HUNDREDS of guests have danced the night away to help raise more than £5,000 at a charity ball in Spalding.
An auction, three-course dinner, raffle and live band kept everyone entertained at the Snow Ball in aid of Kidney Research UK on Saturday.
The annual event at the South Holland Centre was organised by sisters Hannah Robinson and Natalie Herring who, along with friend Richard Spurr, wanted to give something back to the charity which undertakes vital research for kidney patients like their mum Pauline.
Hannah said: “The auction went particularly well with the signed footballs, Sugar Hut package, signed shirts and holiday villas.
“The band Crazy Ape were very good keeping the dance floor permanently jam packed.
“We would like to thank all the local and national businesses who supported us with donations and to all the friends and family that helped along the way.”
In the last two years alone, the family has raised more than £8,000 by hosting charity balls.