A vintage day charity party in Louth has raised £594 to help raise funds for brain tumour support groups.
Debra Espin and her daughter Becky held the garden party at Becky’s house with her partner Darren and they did up the garden and added in a gazebo, all decorated in a vintage style.
All of their family and friends came along to support the even and all dressed up fancy to co-ordinate with the vintage theme.
It was a great day and everyone paid £5 towards the charity pot to attend the party.
The food was donated and everyone pulled together so a raffle could take place as well.
Local man Craig Shaw provded the music free of charge also.
A thank you goes out to everyone who came along to support the day to make it a big success and everyone who helped both before, during and after the event. Big thank you also goes out to Tina Fox who took the pictures on the day. Premier Stores in Louth also raised £56 towards to the cause and well as local girl Jamie who raised £25 for selling loom bands she had made.
All of the money will go to the brain tumour support groups, causes close to Debra’s heart who has a brain tumour and is just coming through treatment.