Guests went back to the 1920s for the March mayor’s ball

PUBLISHED: 11:58 05 February 2018

March mayor's ball

March mayor's ball

AdGarry Samuels

The atmosphere was whisked back to the 1920s for a night of music and dancing for the March mayor’s charity ball.

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The Gatsby themed evening saw plenty of guests turn up in period costume to dance to live music from The Vintage Party.

The evening was arranged by Councillor Kim French, March mayor, who organised the successful night, as part of a host of events raising money for this year’s charity.

Held at the Braza club in March the sell out event was joined by mayors from surrounding towns.

There was a photo booth to help recreate vintage images as souvenirs for the night.

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Around 150 people enjoyed the themed four course meal and dancing which was raising money for young people’s charities.

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