The Bromley United Services Club raised over £600 for Help For Heroes during a fun weekend that boasted an appearance from Minnie Mouse.
The event at the London Road club - founded in 1920 for First World War veterans - was part of a weekend celebrating the British armed forces.
It featured a bouncy castle, cake sale and raffle - with prizes, donated from local businesses, including a £60 Tresor Paris necklace, VIP tickets to Lingfield Park racecourse and a coffee and cup set from Starbucks.
Meanwhile bands performed on Friday and Saturday evening.
200 people of all ages attended, from six months to 93-years-old.
Minnie Mouse with event organiser Stephanie Ansell and 6-month-old daughter Maisie
Organiser Stephanie Ansell, 23, said: "We were really pleased how it went. We couldn't believe how much support we had from local businesses.
"It was a really fun day, everyone enjoyed themselves, it was a lovely atmosphere and a great cause."
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