Many arrived in kilts and tartan, ready for an evening of food, drink and entertainment all delivered in true Scottish style. The national dish haggis was bought in at the start and bag piped around the room, which was then followed by a hearty two-course meal. Roger Hawkins was chair person of the event, who introduced some speeches from those at Hawkins\Brown, with everyone finally joining in on a ceilidh dance.
Donations from the evening went to support For Jimmy, which is a Lewisham-based charity that was founded following the murder of Jimmy Mizen in May 2008. Their vision is to make Lewisham a place of peace and safety, by working with schools in the area and building Safe Haven shops, and to share Jimmy's story across the country.
Click here to donate to the cause.