Salvington locals celebrate Queen's 90th with an Afternoon Tea at local pub. - 21/08/2016

Staff from Micawber Lettings recently joined forces with pub landlords Rod and Pam Stoneham at the John Selden Pub in Worthing to provide an afternoon and evening of side stalls, teas and cake as well as local ales in support of local hospice St Barnabas House.

Micawber Lettings recently took up the ‘St Barnabas House £50 Challenge’ to turn £50 into as much as possible over a four month period, helping to provide care services for local people across Worthing, Adur, Arun and Henfield.

Letting agent Julie West felt that the celebration of the Queen’s 90th Birthday would be an ideal opportunity to kick start the challenge. She said, “Initially we were going to have a coffee morning with a cake sale at our shop premises but then we came up with the idea to involve the John Selden and former Worthing Mayor Thomas Wye got involved too as he is a patron of St Barnabas.”

“The event was well attended and everyone thoroughly enjoyed themselves” Tom Wye said, “a fantastic community event and thank you to Julie West for coming up with the idea and landlords Rod and Pam Stoneham for their fantastic venue and support.”

Rod Stoneham added, “Over the years, Pam and I, along with our hard-working team at the pub, have raised a lot of money for charity and on this occasion we were only too happy to join forces with Micawber Lettings in raising funds for this extremely important cause.”

Tom Wye accepted the cheque on behalf of St Barnabas Hospice, “Thank you to Micawber Lettings, the John Selden, and the generous cheque from Jason and Andrea Stamp at Blue Box Storage and of course all the locals who supported this event and raised £958.50. You are helping to reach everyone who needs hospice care in the area.”

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