GALLERY: Festive fun raises money for charity at a March hotel

PUBLISHED: 17:24 12 November 2014 | UPDATED: 17:28 12 November 2014

Oliver Cromwell Hotel, Christmas Fayre. Rhianna Butler and Katie Linard on the East Anglia's Childrens .Picture: Steve Williams.Hospices.

Oliver Cromwell Hotel, Christmas Fayre. Rhianna Butler and Katie Linard on the East Anglia's Childrens .Picture: Steve Williams.Hospices.

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A Christmas fair at the Oliver Cromwell Hotel in March raised almost £400 for local charities.

A host of stalls packed the venue for the annual event which always proves to be a popular fund raiser.

Manager Rob Skoulding said: “I would like to thank everybody who supported the fayre. It was a great success.”

A total of £40 was raised for Guide Dogs for the Blind with a guess the name of the dog and the birthday of the bear competition.

A raffle brought in £174 for the East Anglian Children’s Hospice while a stall by Harry and Chloe Skoulding raised £185 for the Estover playing field committee.


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