Pubs raise cash

The oldest resident of Cromwell Square residential flats in Huntingdon, Dolly Wooding, aged 96, received cheques totalling over £800 for the flats, raised by two Huntingdon pubs. The Market Inn raised £765 from their annual Christmas draw with a first pri

The oldest resident of Cromwell Square residential flats in Huntingdon, Dolly Wooding, aged 96, received cheques totalling over £800 for the flats, raised by two Huntingdon pubs.The Market Inn raised £765 from their annual Christmas draw with a first prize of a DVD surround sound system. Ken Loughlin, now a resident at Cromwell Flats, was a barman at The Market Inn for 20 years before he retired.At The Falcon Tavern, a Christmas raffle raised £120 with prizes of a hamper and a DVD player. Mr Loughlin said: "We are very grateful for these donations. We will put the money into our general fund and use it for coach trips to the coast.


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