Cowbit bingo regulars present cheques to four charities
Bingo regulars have helped to raise hundreds of pounds for five good causes.
Dedicated fundraiser Wyn James has been running bingos in Cowbit Village Hall for more than 17 years.
Crystal Egglestone from the children's cancer charity, Make Them Smile, received a £100 cheque during the recent presentation.
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Another good cause to receive the £100 cheque was Tonic Health for its dementia support group, which was accepted by Marian Gaylor.
Oliver Buttery and Becky Carter from Lincolnshire Integrated Voluntary Emergency Service (LIVES) also received a £100 cheque.
Jerry Green Dog Rescue in Algarkirk , received by Liz Hinckley, was also presented with a £100 cheque.
Mrs James will also be making a further £100 donation to the Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire Air Ambulance.
She said: "We made the presentation at the break time of the bingo.
"They were very grateful
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