Hilda, 96, raises cash as she sells kisses

12:24 27 July 2011

Hilda Boyce (96), holding a kissing booth to raise money for her local community centre.

Hilda Boyce (96), holding a kissing booth to raise money for her local community centre.

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NINETY-six year old Hilda Boyce was dishing out kisses on Saturday as she raised money for a Christmas party.

The game nonagenarian set up a kissing booth at a fete run by the sheltered housing complex in Morton Avenue, March.

Lots of visitors puckered up to give Hilda a smacker at 50p a go, and she was delighted to raise around £30.

The fete raised a total of £200, which will go towards the residents’ Christmas party.

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