Hatfield turns Hollywood for university charity push
HOLLYWOOD may be the home of the Oscars, but last night Hatfield gave Los Angeles a run for its money in the glamour stakes. Four business studies students from the University of Hertfordshire organised a lavish film premiere at the Galleria s Odeon cin
HOLLYWOOD may be the home of the Oscars, but last night Hatfield gave Los Angeles a run for its money in the glamour stakes.
Four business studies students from the University of Hertfordshire organised a lavish film premiere at the Galleria's Odeon cinema.
As part of their course, James Cristal, Mike Wells, Phillip Bunyan and Ryan Tuvey had to organise a fund raising event for the charity of their choice.
They got the idea for a film premier after seeing the glitzy opening night of James Bond movie Quantum of Solace.
Nearly 150 people walked up the red carpet to attend the event, with all proceeds from the night going towards Breaks Manor Youth Centre, in Link Drive, Hatfield.
Guests were treated to a goody bag on arrival, which included gifts supplied by nearby car dealers Waters Peugeot.
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They then headed for a special screening of new Hollywood action film Push.
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