The biggest fundraising event of the year for local charity the Ally Cadence Trust is taking place this autumn.
The annual Butterfly Ball takes place at the Branston Hall Hotel, in Branston, on Saturday, October 17.
The evening consists of a four-course meal, with entertainment provided by acoustic singer James McClean.
This will be followed, by a raffle, a live auction hosted by ex Big Brother star and radio DJ Luke Marsden, and a balloon release.
The disco will continue until 1am. Items available at the auction include props from blockbuster movies such as Indiana Jones and Robin Hood, as well as VIP tickets to see Kylie Minogue in concert and a day with the Red Arrows.
Tickets for the ball are £55 and include arrival drinks and complementary bottles of wine on the tables. For further information or to book tickets, visit www. butterflyball.co.uk
The Ally Cadence Trust for Spinal Muscular Atrophy was set up in March 2009 by Emma and Karl Humphries from Billinghay following the death of their six-month old baby daughter, Ally. Ally had a terminal genetic illness, Spinal Muscular Atrophy Type 1.