Thousands raised for Sam Beare Hospices at annual fundraising ball in Weybridge

Show girls: Got people in the mood to spend

Show girls: Got people in the mood to spend

First published in News This Is Local London: Photograph of the Author by , Chief Reporter

With show girls, live music and lots of sparkle, you would be forgiven for thinking you were in Las Vegas.

But far from the heat of the Nevada desert, a little piece of Sin City was brought to Weybridge for the Sam Beare Ball on May 17.

Nearly 200 guests at Mercedes-Benz World enjoyed entertainment from Take That tribute band, Fake That, comedian Bobby Davro and YD dancers, and raised almost £29,000 for the hospice.

Guests were treated to a champagne reception on arrival before enjoying a three course dinner with views across the Mercedes circuit.

Nigel Harding, chief executive of Woking and Sam Beare hospices, said: “It was a great evening from the food to the entertainment, and most importantly to the fundraising.

“Everyone I spoke to said they had a wonderful night, and thanks to Mercedes-Benz World we’ve once again been able to host it at their fantastic venue, which always adds that extra bit of sparkle.”


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