Cathy’s Littleport landmark birthday bash raises hundreds of pounds for Addenbrooke’s Hospital’s Breast Cancer Appeal

PUBLISHED: 10:54 13 January 2015 | UPDATED: 10:54 13 January 2015

Felicity Flappes.

Felicity Flappes.

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A birthday bash raised more than £400 for Addenbrooke’s Hospital’s Breast Cancer Appeal.

Cathy Gibb celebrated her 60th birthday with a memorable evening at The Crown Inn in Littleport.

Hosted by landlord Rob Clarey, party-goers enjoyed a karaoke and disco with DJ Richard Matthews and celebrated drag artist Felicity Flappes, who announced that after 20 years in show business she is hanging up her dresses and high heels at the end of the month.

Mrs Gibb said: “The Littleport community really rallied to this great cause. Local shopkeepers and private businesses together with generous individuals donated raffle prizes and bought raffle tickets too.

“The raffle was drawn by Felicity Flappes during the festivities.”

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