Spalding’s Castle Sports Complex was turned into a scene from the 1970s’ film Grease as almost 180 guests enjoyed the third Two Lips Charity Ball.
The event on Saturday featured music from The Ragdolls, a tribute band playing hits made famous by Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons, including Sherry, Cry For Me and December 1963 (Oh, What A Night).
Guests were also treated to a three-course meal, raffle and auction where prizes included a carvery lunch for ten at Woodlands Hotel, Spalding, an armchair donated by Lloyds Loom, Pinchbeck, and a signed rugby shirt donated by England international Jonathan Joseph.
The ball, organised by Spalding and Welland Rotary Club, raised at least £6,500 to be shared between Macmillan Cancer Support, NSPCC, Spalding PHAB (Physically Disabled and Able-Bodied Club) and Rotary causes in South Holland, the UK and overseas.
Peter Atkinson and Sarah Prior from the Rotary Club’s fundraising committee said: “It went extremely well and the Ragdolls were brilliant.”