A Woolacombe girl's James Bond-themed 30th birthday bash has helped to raise £800 for the forgotten victims of the 2004 tsunami in Sri Lanka. Proceeds from a hired casino at Corrina Middleton's night of Tuxedos and cocktail dresses at the Woolacombe Bay H

A Woolacombe girl's James Bond-themed 30th birthday bash has helped to raise £800 for the forgotten victims of the 2004 tsunami in Sri Lanka.Proceeds from a hired casino at Corrina Middleton's night of Tuxedos and cocktail dresses at the Woolacombe Bay Hotel have been presented to Paddle 4 Relief founder Tim Tanton and charity committee member Paul Martin.The event, which featured a number of 007 fancy dress creations - including a spectacular Baron Samedi - included live music from Rob Whitney of the 308s, Steve Ley and Fajita Funk, who all played for free."It's awe-inspiring that people devote their time and effort to Paddle 4 Relief," said Tim Tanton, who has been in Sri Lanka recently working on several community projects.