* Mayor Mike Adams shares the floor with Julie Thomas and The Strictly Fun Dancers.
A sell-out event has raised £1,000 towards the repair and refurbishment of Llangollen Town Hall.
Raising the Roof, which was staged at the Town Hall last Friday, was a supper party with music and dancing.
The evening featured Julie Thomas and The Strictly Fun Dancers, local singer Charlie Jones, who sang a sultry mix of jazz and blues, and Chris Burton with a lively set of rock and roll from the 60s and 70s.
The event, which drew a full house, was organised by Llangollen Mayor, Cllr Mike Adams, in support of the Friends of Llangollen Town Hall, a group which is aiming to raise the funds to reroof and refurbish the building.
Cllr Adams was particularly appreciative of support from local businesses.
He said: “I would like to thank all the businesses for their kind donations to the raffle that raised £448, and particular thanks to our two brilliant town grocers who provided the fruit bowls for the tables to complete the meal.”
Although the fabric of the building is reasonably sound, it is in need of refurbishment and a new roof and the cost of the necessary work has been estimated at £200,000.
Friday’s event was the first of several planned in the coming months to raise money for the building which is a focal point for many groups in town and a regular venue for a wide array of theatre, cinema and musical entertainment.