Charities benefit from classic donation

Boston Classic Car Club presenting two cheques of �750 to Butterfly Hospice and East Winch Wildlife Centre, at Graves Park Social Club.'Front L-R Roger Booth - chairman, Judi Bryne - Butterfly Hospice chief exec, Sue Levings and Sonia Hubbard - East Winch Wildlife Centre, Russell New - treasurer. Back L-R Classic Car Club members, Jane Webb, Darren Hughes, David Seaton, Pauline Seaton, Robert Hughes, Paula Seaton.
Boston Classic Car Club presenting two cheques of �750 to Butterfly Hospice and East Winch Wildlife Centre, at Graves Park Social Club.'Front L-R Roger Booth - chairman, Judi Bryne - Butterfly Hospice chief exec, Sue Levings and Sonia Hubbard - East Winch Wildlife Centre, Russell New - treasurer. Back L-R Classic Car Club members, Jane Webb, Darren Hughes, David Seaton, Pauline Seaton, Robert Hughes, Paula Seaton.

A CLASSIC car club, which holds its annual show at Kirton, has donated £750 to two charities.

Boston Classic Car Club chairman Roger Booth handed cheques for £750 each to Judi Byrne, chief executive of The Butterfly Hospice, and to Sonja Hubbard and Sue Levings, both from the East Winch RSPCA wildlife rescue centre.

The money has been raised by members of the Boston Classic Car Club throughout the year.

This included their annual show which this year will take place on Sunday, August 12, at Graves Park Kirton, from 11am to 4.30pm.

For details call Geoff 01205 871973.