AN ESTATE agents in Cirencester got their audience at the Royal Agricultural University all shook up as they continued their fundraising efforts for Cancer Research UK.

Hamptons International held an Elvis evening on Saturday, October 6 with three local Elvis performers taking to the stage at the RAU to entertain the sell-out crowd.

Andy Hughes, Eren Emir and Cirencester branch manager of Hamptons Ian Street performed for the first time as The 3Elvi, singing a range of Elvis well known songs from the 50s and 60s, including That’s All Right Mama, In the Ghetto and Suspicious Minds

The whole evening proved a great success, raising £1,800 in aid of Cancer Research UK.

Ian Street said: “The whole evening was a wonderful experience with so many people giving their time to this fantastic charity.

“Particular thanks go to Andy Hughes and Eren Emir who wowed the people of Cirencester and the surrounding area with their tribute to the King.”

The Cancer Research UK fundraising by Hamptons International will continue with their popular annual Quiz Night on November 29 at the Crown of Crucis.

Tickets are available from their Cirencester office, 67-71 Castle Street.

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