Star couple draw in crowd for Cats Protection
The celebrity couple came to town last month as part of the Newbury Cats Protection open day, which raised almost £3,000 for the centre.
Based in Curridge, the centre holds the annual open day in the hopes of finding homeless cats in its shelter a new home, whilst also offering a day of fun and entertainment.
The centre manager, Karen Clarke, said: "[The] Newbury branch is indebted to Frankie and the support she gives us.
“This proved to be the most successful event to date, achieving over £3,000 in much needed funds.
“All the money raised goes to help look after the cats and kittens in the Adoption Centre and find them loving new homes.”
The pair attended the open day from 12 – 1.30pm, judging the cat photo competition, before ex-Arsenal star Seaman signed a copy of his autobiography for auction.
There were a number of stalls selling Cats protection goods, as well as a bric-a-brac, books, costume jewellery, plants and cosmetics.
Entertainment for the younger guests on the day included a soft toy tombola, face painting and a drawing competition.