An unforgettable night is in store at Spalding’s South Holland Centre on Saturday when more than 200 people are expected for a family charity event.
An auction, raffle and live music in aid of three south Lincolnshire charities are at the centre of Hearts: A Night to Remember organised by Gaynor Fiske (49) of Heron Place, Spalding.
The charities being supported are Callum Pite’s Smile Charity for children and young people undergoing treatment for cancer, South Holland LIVES First Responders and the Butterfly Hospice Trust.
Gaynor said: “I’ve always wanted to do something in Spalding for our community and local charities before I turn 50 and all three charities are close to my heart.”
Among the lots up for auction are a golfer’s cap signed by world number on Rory McIlroy, a signed and framed photograph of Formula One motor racing world champion Lewis Hamilton and former champion Jenson Button, a food hamper worth £150 and a signed sports top donated by Olympic champion Jessica Ennis-Hill.
Santander Bank, where Gaynor works in Spalding, is match-funding the total amount raised on the night for the charities.
Tickets priced £10 for adults and £5 for children under 18 are available from Santander in Bridge Street, Spalding.