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by invitation only; Carolyn Hughes reports from the latest lunches, launches and parties.

THE annual Wirral Witches Charity Ball took place at Thornton Hall Hotel on Saturday night. The Wirral Witches (Women in Touch with Claire House) raised over pounds 30,000 on the night as they entertained 250 of the area's most stylish people.

The event was compered by Willy Miller, with comedy from Josh Daniels and music from Neil Cooper and Danny Dooley.

The "dip for a diamond" and the money-can't-buy auction prizes proved a big hit on the night.

Congratulations to Radio City's breakfast show presenter Simon Ross, who marked achieving his best ever audience research results with a celebration at the Living Room.

Some 270,000 people now enjoy waking up to the show every week and listen for longer.

Southport shoe boutique Cacht has just celebrated a successful eight years in business by teaming up with the neighbouring businesses in Union Street.

Cacht, Vintage, Yaff Fusion Art, Tapper's and All Woman beauty came together for an evening of indulgence. More than 150 guests to joined in the celebration street party enjoying Champagne and canaps by Tapper's, while browsing through the latest designer shoes and accessories. Liverpool's fashion crowd flocked to Cavern Walks at the weekend for the opening of cool menswear store Weaver's Door.

Selling smart-casual wear from jeans and jackets to shoes, Weaver's Door aims to source authentic heritage brands with cult appeal for the fashion conscious customer.

The store is the second venture for owner Tim Keating, who sold celebrated retail mini-chain Drome in 2008.

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Alex McKevitt (Vintage), Sarah Tapper (Tapper's) Leesa Robinson (All Woman) Catherine Tapper (Tapper's) and Karen Cackett (Cacht), at the celebration Karen Cackett (Cacht), Miss British Model Amy Carrier and Sandra Carney (Yaff Fusion Art), at Cachet''s party Terry Smith at the Wirral Witches ball Faris Safar and Amy Louise Keating at the launch of Weaver''s Door Radio City''s Simon Ross, at the Living Room Glen Gittins, compere Willy Miller and Mandy Molby, of the Wirral Witches, at the fundraising ball; and, below, Paula Brown (Brown Cow Marketing) and Lisa Byrne (Hillbark Hotel)
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Date:Nov 4, 2010
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