Charity

Pub Fun Day Raises £4,000 for Children's Charity

01 May 2015

A day of wacky fundraising activities at a village pub in Kent raised £4,000 for a children’s charity. Shepherd Neame pub The Saddler in Minster hosted the event, organised by village resident Etta Bonugli as her 16-year-old daughter Isi has Rett Syndrome - a rare neurodevelopmental disorder usually diagnosed in girls around their first birthday, which is currently incurable.

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Soaring Into Action for Battle of Britain Anniversary

10 March 2015

More than 100 guests gathered at the Shepherd Neame brewery in Kent for a special fundraising dinner in the company of a Battle of Britain pilot. Wing Commander Paul Farnes, 96, who flew Hurricanes in 501 Squadron during the pivotal Second World War air campaign in 1940, was guest of honour at the event, organised to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the Battle of Britain and raise funds for the

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Pub Manager Completes Mammoth Charity Trek

27 February 2015

Pub manager Chris Peach is back behind the bar after completing an epic charity challenge. Chris, 34, who runs the Manor Farm Barn in Southfleet,has just returned to Kent after travelling to Africa to climb Mount Kilimanjaro.Despite never having completed any major physical challenges before, he successfully climbed Africa’s highest peak, which stands at 6,000m and is the tallest free-standing mou

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Pub Manager to Embark on Mammoth Charity Trek

27 January 2015

Pub manager Chris Peach is embarking on a charity challenge which he hopes will raise mountains of cash for two causes close to his heart.Chris, 34, who runs the Manor Farm Barn in Southfleet, owned by Shepherd Neame, is climbing Mount Kilimanjaro, the tallest free-standing mountain in the world.

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Pub Karaoke Contest Raises Over £7,000 for Children's Charity

16 December 2014

A month-long karaoke competition at The Telegraph pub in Deal raised over £7,000 for the Make A Wish Foundation. Dawn James, licensee at the Shepherd Neame pub in Hamilton Road, launched the event in November. A total of 15 customers entered the first round, which was judged by Dawn, along with local music enthusiasts and Telegraph regulars Alan Herbert and Bruce Adams.

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