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Rosemere Cancer Foundation charity ball, Castle Green Hotel, Kendal

PUBLISHED: 19:56 30 November 2016 | UPDATED: 19:56 30 November 2016

Emily Day, Annabelle Lacey and Sarah Rockliffe

Emily Day, Annabelle Lacey and Sarah Rockliffe

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More than £20,500 was raised at a charity ball held at Castle Green Hotel, Kendal.

The evening, organised by Liz Nelson and Jackie Holmes, raised money for Rosemere Cancer Foundation, where Jackie was an ex-patient and Liz’s niece, Maria, is currently undergoing radiotherapy.

Rob Falcon and the Seal entertained 255 guests at the sold out evening which was enjoyed by all.

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