Around the World charity fancy dress night at King Harry's Bar, Shanklin. From left, Gemma Hendriksen with Scott Atkinson, Andy Haslin, Abbie Haslin, Ritchie Newton, Anna Newton, Leslie Newton, John Newton and Mark Pyke.
REVELLERS went Around the World to raise money for charity on Saturday night.
There were American Indians, two Jamaican bobsleigh teams, Greeks, Irish, French, Germans — and even Bob Marley — at the fundraiser at King Harry's Bar in Shanklin Old Village.
The event was organised by Isle of Wight County Press reporter Jamie White, Peter White and Hannah Cook, in memory of Jamie's mother who sadly died in November last year.
During the evening, there was a balloon release, Play Your Cards Right, barbecue, raffle and an auction for FauxFest tickets, Steps and Tom Jones tickets, and two VIP backstage tickets to a Level 42 concert in Portsmouth.
Level 42 star, Mark King even made an appearance, helping drum up extra funds during the night.
Jamie said: "I must thank everyone who helped make the night a great success. There were some fantastic costumes and everyone made a huge effort for a very worthy cause."
The event raised around £2,000 which will go to the Breast Care Nurses Trust at St Mary's Hospital, Newport.
• Anyone who would like to support the fundraising can contact Jamie at email@example.com