Flack: Flack in pictures

1. Mi-comms PR hosted a birthday party for Postman Pat at Vue Cinema, Westfield. The postie, who was celebrating the big 3-0, partied with celebs into the wee hours. Due to a few too many 'cheeky Vimtos', Pat was unfortunately unable to deliver any post the next morning, much to the disgust of Greendale residents.

2. Amnesty International this week announced an auction of artwork from some of the country's finest illustrators. The auction takes place on 4 October at the Illustration Cupboard in London with all proceeds going to the charity. Bids start at a mere £950. Well, at least it's all for a good cause, hey?

3. Cirkle held its second 'Oskars' award ceremony at the exclusive Casino at The Empire in Leicester Square last week. The night's proceedings were hosted by a budget David Brent who, to the horror of onlookers, spent the night yelling expletives, robot dancing and staring at the cleavage of unsuspecting ladies like senior account manager Carrie Kingsman, pictured here.

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