Money Money Money was in abundance when an ABBA themed charity music night was held in Holyhead.

Nine 'dancing queens' performed ABBA hits. They donned sparkly gowns and wigs and entertained with songs and a dancing routine in tribute to the iconic 70s band.

The evening was held at St Mary's Catholic Church Hall and raised £1153 for the new St David's Hospice development of a four bed unit at Penrhos Stanley hospital in the town.

The musical fun was a follow up to a previous ABBA night which had been hailed a "huge success" back in June.

During that ABBA night, a special guest appearance was made by Elvis (aka Father Frank Murray) who got the room "all shook up."

Then the show raised £1190 for "Refugee Support" to aid Syrian and Rohingya people displaced by war."

One of the organisers said: "The ABBA night was absolutely amazing, the hall was packed out. It was a fantastic success and all the community took got involved.

"It was back by popular demand after the huge success of our last ABBA night which was held in June's event, although then we did an an extra appearance from Elvis."

"The cash was raised through a £4 entrance fee, a giant raffle and support from local businesses.

She added "Thanks to everyone who helped make it a success and we are really pleased we managed to raise money for the new hospice unit."