£1,120 was raised for the East Lancashire Hospice,
The charity ball was a huge success, with more than 200 people turning out to enjoy the first ever Bollywood theme at the Mayor’s Ball.
Guests swapped formal black tie for brightly-coloured Glastonbury style outfits in tribute to music festival-loving Kerry Parkinson of Blackpool who died of breast cancer a day after her 42nd birthday.
More than 600 young women were treated to a second International Women’s Day Festival on the Fylde Coast, with 26 local role models, 80 volunteers from business and Blackpool Sixth Form students.
180 guests turned up for a fabulous night of food and entertainment.
Princess Anne unveiled a special woven plaque on her visit to the Burnley-based John Spencer Textiles weaving mill.
The Royal Artillery Officers’ Association and 103rd (Lancashire Artillery Volunteers) Regiment RA held their annual Saint Barbara’s Dinner at Brigadier Philip Toosey Army Reserve Centre in Liverpool.
The Clatterbridge Cancer Charity raised £170,000 at its annual Ball at Rum Warehouse, with a Best of Liverpool theme.
The North West District of the National Federation of Retail Newsagents hosts the biggest events in the Federation and its latest annual District Dinner Dance was no different.
The dynamic duo of Dianne Gillespie and Helen Equizi organised their annual platinum ball at Formby Hall Golf Resort and Spa.
It was a black-tie affair at the Crow Wood Hotel and Spa Resort in Burnley.
The 10th Michelle Jurd Trust Winter Ball was held at the Netherwood Hotel in Grange over Sands, which was attended by 140 guests.
Guests enjoyed an evening of dancing and celebration at a glitzy winter ball held at Kendal’s Castle Green Hotel.
The ball raised £90,000 for the charity which helps disadvantaged young people in the North West.
It was a stately soiree as Lake District Hotel Lodore Falls Hotel & Spa held their third black-tie Kitchen Rivals event.
Guests were given the opportunity to view and try on the new Rolex Baselworld
Crowds thronged the cobbled streets of Ulverston as the town celebrated its 21st annual Dickensian Festival.
Lancashire’s top chefs served a dinner to remember to celebrate Lancashire Day
The Barton Grange Hotel in Preston was the setting for the Sir Tom Finney Preston Soccer Centre dinner.
Last Drop Village in Bolton was the setting for a glitzy charity ball held to raise much needed funds for a new support service under the wings of Bolton Lads & Girls Club.