WOW WE DID IT! THE FIRST EVER SHINING STARS BALL AT THE HILTON ON FRIDAY 29 SEPTEMBER WAS A BLAST!
We ate the most wonderful grub, we participated in some awesome prize raffles and auctions, we cried, we laughed, we shared some special moments. We then threw glitter on our faces and danced the night away – what’s not to love!
Oh and we also raised £20k and still counting!
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