Charity night raises cash for Manorlands

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Sam Turner and Catherine Whiteoak with their cheque for Manorlands, part of the proceeds of the charity ladies’ night Sam Turner and Catherine Whiteoak with their cheque for Manorlands, part of the proceeds of the charity ladies’ night

A charity ladies’ night in Keighley raised £1,447.

Half the proceeds have gone to Manorlands and the remainder to Brooklands Special School in Skipton.

The event – at the New Variety Club, Russell Street – featured ladieswear, strippers, drag acts, games and a DJ, and two men stepped in at late notice for whole-body waxings when scheduled male models failed to attend.

Organisers Catherine Whiteoak and Sam Turner said they were delighted with the amount raised and visited the hospice to present a cheque.

Manorlands fundraiser Matthew Binns said: “We’re very grateful to the ladies for organising this hugely successful event and to everyone who attended and made it such a great night, both socially and charitably.”

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