Butcher’s dozen means a grand time for lung charity in Spalding

Spalding and East Elloe Butchers Association Mary Adams presents a cheque and pork pie to Ron Flewett of the British Lung Foundation at the White Horse pub, Spalding, watched by (back) Mark Shearer, Lizzy Adams, Andrew Parsons, Mary Barnes, Nigel Garfoot and Terry Wells.  Photo by Tim Wilson.
Spalding and East Elloe Butchers Association Mary Adams presents a cheque and pork pie to Ron Flewett of the British Lung Foundation at the White Horse pub, Spalding, watched by (back) Mark Shearer, Lizzy Adams, Andrew Parsons, Mary Barnes, Nigel Garfoot and Terry Wells. Photo by Tim Wilson.

Spalding and East Elloe Butchers Association showed its support to charity with a cheque for £1,200 to the British Lung Foundation.

Ron Flewitt, a campaigner for the charity from Spalding, accepted the cheque and a lettered pub pie from the association’s president Mary Adams on behalf of members during a presentation at The White Horse pub, Spalding, on Monday.

Another association member, Terry Wells, said: “The money was raised at our annual dinner last November when we had a raffle on the night.

“The charity was our president’s choice and we‘ve always chosen local ones where we can.”