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IN MEMORY ''Hannah Westbrook
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A LADIES’ night raised more than £1,500 for a charity holiday home.

Around 120 ladies attended the event at the Classique School of Dance, in Waterlooville, to indulge in pampering, shopping and cupcakes.

Pam Marshall organised the event to raise money for Hannah’s Holiday Home, the charity she set up in memory of her daughter Hannah who lost her battle with cancer aged 10 in 2004. Mrs Marshall, from Waterlooville, said: ‘We raised a staggering £1,572.

‘There were shoes, cupcakes, handbags, jewellery, a chocolate fountain, artwork, clothes galore, books, baby stall, nails and pamper treatments.

‘Everyone said what a great night they had and that there was something for everyone. The ladies from Classique School of Dance donated the venue free and all 27 traders donated a raffle prize.’

The money will pay for six families to enjoy a holiday at the home in the New Forest.