The King of fundrais­ing

Buckinghamshire Advertiser - - NEWS -

THE King en­ter­tained guests at a fundraiser.

The Bea­cons­field Com­mu­nity As­so­ci­a­tion (BCA) held its first fundraiser on Sun­day, Septem­ber 21, at the Old Ben­gal, in the Old Town, Bea­cons­field.

Peo­ple tucked in to an In­dian buf­fet and were en­ter­tained by a trib­ute act who sang Elvis and Tom Jones tunes.

All money raised went to the as­so­ci­a­tion, which runs the Thurs­day lunch club, helps the dis­ad­van­taged and pro­vides ad­vice for those in need.

Ann-Marie Kay, from the BCA, said: “Steve Nor­ris who did both Elvis and Tom Jones was great.

“We had about 70 peo­ple and had a raf­fle.

“Deputy mayor John Read also came along.

“We raised a few hun­dred pounds but don’t know the fi­nal fig­ure yet.

“The lo­cal busi­nesses got be­hind it, with Prezzo, Frost, Sains­bury’s and Temp­ta­tions all donat­ing prizes.”

Con­trib­uted

EN­TER­TAINER: Elvis, also known as Steve Nor­ris, at the Bea­cons­field Com­mu­nity As­so­ci­a­tion fundraiser

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