Charity workers at Home-Start Winchester are lacing up their dancing shoes for a sponsored Barn Dance and Hog Roast in June.

Led by patron Sally Stewart, sisters and charity fundraisers Suzanne Rogers and Melanie Bolger visited event sponsor Bill Rawles Classic Cars to collect their sponsorship cash.

The event will offer guests an evening of lively barn dance music provided by the Craigievar Ceilidh Band, along with a generous hog roast supplied by Beechcroft's farmer Nick Hillier.

Ms Stewart said: "There was no need for strong-arm tactics as the boys paid up quite happily, and it was a great opportunity for us to see the beautiful classic cars in the workshop, all being treated with tender loving care.

"We are a local charity, and Rawles is a company built on family values, so it’s wonderful to have them on board. They understand the importance of supporting each other and completely understand the ethos of Home-Start giving young families the best possible start in life."

Beverages will be readily available at the bar. The charity bash is on June 29, starting at 7pm, at The Meon Hall, Meonstoke.

To buy tickets, visit the website or contact Chrissie Barlow directly.