Top names in racing and snooker made guest appearances at the Campaign Care 94 annual dinner, which was held at the Lestrange Arms, Hunstanton.
Former Grand National winning jockey Bob Champion, whose cancer trust has been supported by the Heacham-based charity since it started 19 years ago, was joined by snooker commentator Willie Thorne.
Organisers hope the dinner will raise £6,000, helped by an auction of donated items, including an England shirt signed by Wayne Rooney and boxing gloves signed by former world featherweight boxing champion Barry McGuigan and Olympic bronze medallist Anthony Ogogo.
The proceeds will be shared between the Bob Champion Cancer Trust and Norfolk Hospice Tapping House.
The chairman of the charity, Simon Massen, said: “It was a great evening. I would like to thank the local businesses who donated items to help the fundraising. Since it started, Campaign Care 94 has raised more than £300,000.”