THIS YEAR’S annual Rotary Club tribute night in Stroud raised more than £2,500 for the fight against polio.

Abbaholics had the audience at Lansdown Hall singing along to all the hits from one of pop music’s most successful acts of all time including Waterloo, The Name Of The Game, Fernando and Does Your Mother Know.

Swindon-based Kelly Harvey and Emma Jarrett took on the iconic roles of Agnetha and Frida in classic costumes and interspersed the songs with trivia questions about Abba.

They were joined by Roger Mapstead on keyboards and Dave Mapleston on guitar.

Organiser David Waite, of Stroud Rotary Club, said: “We were full except for just six seats.

“We made £847 but with the support of the Bill Gates Foundation it takes the total to £2,542.”

Proceeds from Saturday night’s show will go to End Polio Now and local good causes.

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