Cheers is the word for Two Lips night in Spalding

Spalding and Welland Rotarian Peter Atkinson (back second right) and guests.  Photo by Tim Wilson.
Spalding and Welland Rotarian Peter Atkinson (back second right) and guests. Photo by Tim Wilson.
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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).

The table list at the Two Lips Charity Ball at Castle Sports Complex, Spalding.  Photo by Tim Wilson.

The table list at the Two Lips Charity Ball at Castle Sports Complex, Spalding. Photo by Tim Wilson.

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.”