A fashion show, hair and beauty advice and a sumptuous tea drew supporters of the Norfolk Hospice Tapping House to Manor Mews, Tattersett, on Thursday afternoon.
It was the second time the Ladies Day, which raised £3,000 last year, has been staged for the hospice.
Organised by the Hillington-based hospice, the event was hosted by the Wagg family, who own Manor Mews.
Fiona Wagg said: “We do it because we believe in the work of the hospice.”
Her mother, Shirley, added: “I was born at Hillington and I knew Dr Hugh Ford whose idea it was.”
Allez Chic, of Castle Rising, put on the fashion show while Sophie Stapleton of Bull Pen provided hair and beauty advice and caterers Edwards and Blake, of Swaffham, laid on the tea.
Pictured above enjoying a pre-show drink are, from left, Sophie Stapleton, Norfolk Hospice community fundraiser Jess Walker, Shirley and Fiona Wagg, Louise Gathercole of Edwards and Blake and Cheryl Daubney of Allez Chic.