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Strictly Come Dancing stars Ola and James Jordan with members of the Peterborough Business Support Group at last year's event

Strictly Come Dancing stars Ola and James Jordan with members of the Peterborough Business Support Group at last year's event

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Larkfleet Group is helping the NSPCC Peterborough Business Support Group raise funds to directly benefit vulnerable local children and young people.

Over the coming months, Larkfleet will support various events for the group, to help NSPCC services in and around Peterborough.

The company has already provided a variety of raffle prizes for a successful NSPCC Race Night that took place in March.

This month, Larkfleet is sponsoring the NSPCC’s ‘Strictly Glitz’ ball at the Holiday Inn West in Peterborough.

The event will be hosted by TV personality and presenter Paul Ross. Special guests from Strictly Come Dancing, Natalie Lowe, pictured, and Ian Waite, will perform at the event and a cameo performance of the musical Chicago will also be enjoyed by guests.

As well as sponsoring ‘Strictly Glitz’, Larkfleet directors and guests will attend the evening and support the event with a variety of raffle prizes.

Later in the year, there will be an NSPCC fundraising cycling event around Rutland Water and a team of Larkfleet employees will tackle the course themselves, helping to raise money for the charity.

A ‘Brains of Peterborough’ quiz night on a date to be confirmed and a charity golf day later in the year on September 22 will also take place later – both supported by Larkfleet Group.

The NSPCC Peterborough Business Support Group is made up of individuals from a range of industries and sectors who use their influence, skills and commitment to raise funds to directly support NSPCC services in and around Peterborough.

Every year the group organises a range of fundraising events, from balls to quizzes, each raising a substantial amount of money.

Larkfleet Group is committed to helping local communities within which it works and regularly supports local groups, organisations, business and initiatives – from primary schools and sports teams to local environmental projects.