THE COCKTAILS will be shaken not stirred, the Casino will be very Royale and there will be more than a Quantum of fundraising at a blockbusting James Bond themed event later this month.

Poole Hill Brewery are holding the charity event in aid of Julia’s House at their Poole premises on Tuesday November 26 from 7pm and are even promising an appearance by Bournemouth’s own Bond Girl, Dorset Diamond Beauty Queen, Janet House.

Janet, who lives in Southbourne, starred in a supporting role and took part in stunts as a special action performer on Pierce Brosnan’s Tomorrow Never Dies.

During this adventure the super-spy heads off to stop a media mogul’s plan to induce war between China and the UK in order to obtain exclusive global media coverage.

As an added bonus for 007 fans, Janet will be making an appearance in the dress she wore in the party scene from the film some 22 years ago.

Brewing Director Jennifer Tingay said: “We have chosen this charity in particular as my late dad, Roger Tingay, used to raise significant amounts for them with his Christmas Lights.

“Our brewery in BH2 has been open for almost two years now and is going from strength to strength. It is becoming a great part of the local community, supporting several local charities through auctions and quizzes. Recently we raised over £1,200 for The Big Issue Foundation.

“We decided it was time to broaden our horizons and so we planned a spectacular event based around a James Bond Evening.”

To get everyone in the mood, back to back Bond movies will be shown in the brewer’s 16-seater cinema and a fun casino, where guests can play roulette and blackjack, will be set up.

James Bond’s favourite cocktail, a Vodka Martini, will be available, as well as a full bar, including the Southbourne Ales brewed onsite.

Janet House has just returned from China where she took part in the Mrs Universe Ltd. competition, where she performed a James Bond dance to Diamonds Are Forever with her partner, Paul Stalker. She came in the top 10 in the fourth Chinese Qipao Beauty contest, voted on by 40,000 people on the social media app We Chat.

She said: “I can’t wait for the James Bond Evening , it’s going to be a great time and a great evening.

“To be able to come here and not only help support a local brewery but also Julia’s House, a great local charity, will make the event extra special.”