A successful casino night was held at Bar Vu in Haverhill recently to raise £638 for the for the Cystic Fibrosis Trust.
Around 50 people tried their luck at the roulette and black jack tables and enjoyed a magician performing .
There were also stalls including Body Shop at Home, gel nails, cupcakes and homeware by a local business and a charity auction.
The event was organised by Laura Jade .
Laura is raising money towards her £1000 target that she needs to enter the Thames Valley Path Challenge of a 25 Km walk along the Thames in Surrey on September 13.
Laura chose the charity Cystic Fibrosis Trust as she came across a family who have this life shortening condition and it made her realise how devastating it is.
She said: “I’ve been astounded and shocked by the amount of people who didn’t know what cystic fibrosis was before I started my fundraising.
“ Raising awareness for the condition has become important to me following a devastating 20 minute phone call at my previous employment from a family of four where three of them suffered with the condition.
“After taking 70 calls a day for two years it was the only call that has stuck with me to this day.”
Money raised will enable the Cystic Fibrosis Trust to invest in cutting-edge research to develop better treatments and, ultimately find a cure.
It will also provide support to those with cystic fibrosis and their families and help the trust to drive up standards in medical care.
If you would like to sponsor Laura her fundraising site is uk.virginmoneygiving.com/team/breatheeasy2014