All dressed for bed to support a good cause
PEOPLE came to Wadebridge Town Hall on Saturday night dressed for bed and to support a good cause.
The Pyjama Party was held to raise money for children's cancer charity CLIC Sargent and the fund for local lad Matt Dalley who is undergoing treatment in Bristol Children's Hospital.
Performing for free were rock band Route 66, and Alive Music studio provided karaoke, while the bar was organised by Wadebridge Camels Rugby Club.
The event raised £350, with more money to come in, and organiser Victoria Chapman said she had been hoping more people would come to the town hall to support the charity party.
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"We had about 20 people, which was disappointing, but those who did come along really enjoyed themselves, particularly the teenagers, because there is not much for them to do in Wadebridge really.
"I would also like to thank the Bridge on Wool and Ray Davies who sponsored the event, which meant all the money raised will be going to charity.''
Those wishing to donate more money can do so via a collection bucket in the Bridge on Wool pub.