Stars took to the seats to raise thousands of pounds for a Chorley charity.
The Twincess charity staged a curry night at the Elephant restaurant, Euxton, raising well in excess of £5,000.
The charity was set-up by parents Matt and Jodi Parry who have two beautiful twin daughters Abigail and Isobel.
The twins have Down’s Syndrome and the charity was set up to help stop the stigma associated with the condition.
Chorley FC players Andy Teague and Adam Roscoe, Lancashire cricket star Steven Croft and former X-Factor finalist Jonjo Kerr all starred in the night with Jonjo performing three excellent songs to bring the night to an end.
Magicians, auctions and raffles were the attractions of the night but a standout performance from i2i CEO Michael Finnigan gripped the large audience.
Finnigan has worked with some of the world’s most famous businesses helping them hit their objectives and maximise their potential.
Finnigan interviewed Teague, Roscoe, Croft and Kerr delving into their past with the crowd gripped to their seats.
The crowd then dug deep in their pockets to help raise money for an excellent cause.
A delighted Twincess charity then took to their Twitter site to thank the generosity from people on the night.
They said: “We have waited a little while just to maximise the exposure and we have raised well in excess of £5,000 which words can’t comprehend, thank you for the support.
“Twitter doesn’t give you enough characters it was such an amazing night, with amazing people and amazing support thank you one and all.”