Supporters of a hospital specialising in the treatment of bowel diseases helped raise money for  a foundation charity with a cocktail fundraiser.

Guests of the evening at Peaches Bar in Kenton last week helped raise the money for St. Mark’s Hospital Foundation.

People were treated to a magic show and got the chance to try some of the St. Mark’s Hospital’s signature cocktails devised by the bar.

These included the Griffin’s fire, Purple 1835 and Venice Ghost which are all names chosen to reflect the history of the hospital.

Later in the evening there were speeches and a raffle with all money going to the hospital at Northwick Park.

St Mark's Hospital Foundation is a charity supporting the work on the site in Harrow which is one of the world's leading institutions for the treatment of bowel diseases.