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Circus themed ball in aid of the Rainbow Centre

DRESSED UP Suzanne Taylor and Alison Millinder at the Rainbow Centre. Picture: Rob Paul Studios

DRESSED UP Suzanne Taylor and Alison Millinder at the Rainbow Centre. Picture: Rob Paul Studios

  • by Kimberley Barber
 

CLOWNING around was the order of the night at a charity’s annual Christmas ball.

The Rainbow Centre ditched traditional black ties in favour of clown suits at their circus-themed fancy dress ball which raised nearly £4,000.

Guests were greeted by a fire-juggling stiltwalker before enjoying an evening of traditional circus-themed entertainment including plate spinning, balloon modelling and knife throwing.

Some of the more daring guests opted to have knives thrown at them.

Jo White, fundraiser, said: ‘I was amazed at the number of people who were queuing up to have knives thrown at them. Some guests were volunteering their friends in exchange for a donation.’

The best fancy dress prize went to Sam Hard, of Fareham, who came as a unicycling, juggling monkey.

Helen Somerset How, co-founder of the Rainbow Centre, said: ‘We try to create a party atmosphere at our annual ball and have some fun. This year was great. The winner of the fancy dress competition had a really fantastic costume.’

 

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