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NEWSAR raises a glass to the Pen y Bont Farm pub in Mold

Thanks very much to the staff at the Marstons Pen y Bont Farm pub in Mold who raised an amazing £312.13 as part of Marstons Give Back Week fundraising activities.

Becki Jones, Assistant Manager of the Pen y Bont Farm, told North East Wales Search and Rescue (NEWSAR) Fundraising Officer Paul Haslam that the week long activities included a wine tasting evening, face painting and even a pyjama day for the staff! All staff at the pub participated in the activities which culminated in a performance by King of Swing, Andy Bailey, on Saturday night.

Paul Haslam expressed his gratitude on behalf of NEWSAR and said “Support such as that from Pen y Bont Farm means our volunteers are able to continue helping our community whenever we are asked, and for this we are truly grateful. I can assure you that every penny you raised will be put to good use maintaining or buying the specialist equipment or clothing that NEWSAR needs to do the job.”

Photo shows Chris Gannon, Chef at the Pen y Bont Farm, presenting a cheque for £312.13 to NEWSAR team members.

From left to right: Pamela Haslam, Harold Burrows, Chris Gannon, Assistant Managers Becki Jones and Faye Evans, David Albrow.


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