An annual Ladies’ Day gala has raised £5,500 for a hospice in Sheffield.
More than 550 guests attended the event at Owlerton Greyhound Stadium in aid of St Luke’s Hospice.
The event had a Rio carnival theme for the World Cup.
One guest won a Michelin Star dinner for two at Fischer’s at Baslow Hall in an auction, while the raffle raised more than £1,000.
Guests were also treated to a three-course Brazilian style meal during the evening, sponsored by Mercury Taxis.
John Gilburn, managing director of Owlerton, said: “Our annual Ladies’ Day is always extremely popular and this year was no exception.
“It’s a brilliant opportunity for women across South Yorkshire to don their most glamorous outfits and come together for a fun evening of entertainment.
“It seemed fitting to have a Brazilian carnival theme in celebration of the World Cup and it went down really well with guests, creating a fantastic atmosphere.
“We are proud to support local causes and so are delighted to have raised such a fantastic amount for St Luke’s Hospice, which is a well-loved charity in Sheffield.”
Money raised will help the hospice provide care for people with life-limiting illnesses across Sheffield.
Una Moran, St Luke’s director of fundraising, said: “Ladies’ Day was an enormous success, raising £5,500 for St Luke’s at a time when we are now having to generate £4.9 million annually to maintain our current levels of service for all the people of Sheffield.”