Members of Spalding Young Farmers swapped life on the farm for an evening of glitz and glamour when they held their annual charity ball.
Every February the club holds a successful ball and this year was no exception.
Members of the club and others from around the county, past and present, friends and family attended the evening, held at The South Holland Centre in Spalding.
Live music was provided by the Houndogs and the evening was sponsored by Doubleday Group and The NFU.
Organisers were Laura Brown, Amy Cooke and Philippa Edis. Along with other events held by Spalding Young Farmers throughout the year, £2,000 was raised and split equally between two charities.
Benefiting were Anna’s Hope – based in Stamford – which helps children and young people with brain tumours, and the neuro-surgery and neurology departments at Nottingham Hospital.
Spalding Young Farmers meet every Wednesday at The Constitutional Club at 8pm.
If anyone is interested in joining, please visit their Facebook page or telephone Laura (secretary) on 07590 996 799.