WOKING & Sam Beare Hospices’ Dove Ball took on a 1920s theme as Wentworth Golf Club was transformed into the Cotton Club on Saturday.
After a Champagne reception, more than 200 guests enjoyed a four-course meal while TV presenter and journalist Dominic Littlewood hosted the evening superbly.
Entertainment included Impact Dance Group – who taught guests the Charleston – top burlesque dancer Polly Rae, and the band Blues Brother International.
Guests also enjoyed the opportunity of being photographed in a Chicago-style gangster car.
A live auction included unique Willy Wonka memorabilia, with some lots raising more than £1,000.
Head of Income Generation at the hospices, David Jenkins, said: “We were delighted to invite more than 200 of our supporters to Wentworth for our annual Dove Ball, 1920s style – this is a key event in our calendar and we are incredibly grateful to our sponsors and guests.
“It is a great way to kick off the run-up to Christmas and generates really valuable income at a time when there is always extra pressure on finances.
“So a big thank you to everyone who contributed so generously on the night.”