Celebrities turned out to a Warwickshire hotel as they supported a charity night hosted by a plumbing and heating specialist.
Wolseley Infrastructure played host to its third annual charity night held at Coombe Abbey Hotel as part of the fundraising for its chosen charity of the year.
The event was supported by Britain’s Got More Talent and Catchphrase presenter Stephen Mulhern and X Factor runner-up Fleur East.
Fleur is no stranger to the venue as she previously stopped there after performing at Coventry’s Christmas Lights Switch-on two years ago.
While dropping in this time, she took the opportunity to take part in the #InMyFeelings Challenge, outside the iconic former Cistercian abbey.
The challenge has been gaining a huge amount of popularity over recent weeks with Fleur being one of many celebrities across the globe to dance to Drake’s new hit song ‘In My Feelings’ and then post it on social media with her video being viewed nearly 15,000 times.
The pair were at the venue to provide the entertainment for more than 400 guests at the event alongside a harpist, a caricaturist and Spanner in the Works, an entertainment company who provide a comedy waiters routine for guests.
Stephen acted as compere for the evening, while Fleur performed live for the event, which went ahead in the Marquee.
Ron Terry, General Manager of Coombe Abbey Hotel, said: “It’s wonderful to welcome both Stephen and Fleur to Coombe Abbey as such popular house-hold names.
“Seeing Coombe being used for another successful charity night is always wonderful but to also feature as part of a viral video challenge is a real highlight for such a diverse venue.”
Spencer Brown, Commercial Director at Wolseley Infrastructure, said: “It was a wonderful evening and we were thrilled by the surprise appearance from Fleur East to perform for us; she was exceptional!
“This was our third annual charity event held at Coombe Abbey and each year the event is always more impressive than the last for our guests.
“Our charity this year was Sebastian’s Action Trust and over the course of the year, culminating in the charity ball, we were able to raise just over £129,000 for a wonderful cause.
“Sebastian’s Action Trust is a charity that offers respite care to seriously ill children and their families, founded by Sebastian Gates prior to his death from cancer in 2003 aged nine.
“Sebastian was an inspirational young boy and we are very proud to support his charity and to raise money for a very worthy cause.”