The tenth anniversary of the Last Night of the Proms has been hailed a success by organisers in Newmarket.
Five hundred people bought tickets to the show, which was held on Saturday to raise money for the East Anglian Air Ambulance (EAAA).
It is the first year the charity concert has been staged at Tattersalls sales ring, having previously been held at All Saints Church.
Performances came from the joint organisers of the event, Newmarket Town Band and the All Saints Church music group and choir, with BBC Radio Cambridgeshire presenter Paul Stainton as compere.
Mary Beard, Newmarket Town Band secretary, said: “It went really well. Everybody was really pleased. All the comments we have had have been very good.”
She said organisers had not yet counted all the money raised from the event, but that they hoped to have a total sum of around £5,000 for the EAAA.
Air ambulance deputy fundraising co-ordinator, Meg Davies, said: “We are enormously grateful to the Newmarket Town Band and All Saints Church for hosting this fabulous event.
“The organising team have managed to obtain a large amount of sponsorship from local business, which means that every penny raised at the concert will go directly to the East Anglian Air Ambulance.”