Dalwood pub runners race home for charity
PUBLISHED: 07:01 12 April 2018 | UPDATED: 09:42 18 April 2018
Tuckers Arms Three Hills Challenge relay team raises £750 for the Ichthyosis support group
Fundraisers at The Tuckers Arms in Dalwood have raised more than £2,000 for charity recently.
Their Three Hills Challenge relay team collected £750 for the Ichthyosis support group charity.
The runners were Karen Drew, Joy Tate, Tony Benger, Louise Tratt, Richard Tratt, Peter Lawrence, Eloise Freeth, Phil Strawbridge, Phil Seward, Tracey McGowan and Ben Seward.
Meanwhile the village inn’s bingo night, which is the main fundraiser, contributing £1,292.
Organisers say they were very fortunate to receive lots of gifted prizes and were well supported on the night. They thanked bingo caller Irene and the draw ladies.
Main sponsors were: Tuckers Arms, Dalwood Three Hills Running Club, Burrow Farm Gardens, Andrewhayes Holiday Park, Colin and Paul Ellis Car Valeting, Howdens, Bradfords and Climax Windows.
* Ichthyosis describes a group of conditions in which the skin is dry and scaly, usually affecting the whole body. Most types are congenital, and inherited, so they may run in families.
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