Louth pub to host fete in aid of cancer charity

Charity news
Charity news

The Joseph Morton Wetherspoons, Louth, will host a fete from 9am-5pm on Sunday (September 6) in aid of CLIC Sargent, the children’s cancer charity.

The fete will include mini games, bric-a-brac, a drawing competition, tombola, raffle, face-painting and henna tattoos (from 1pm), guess the name of the teddy bear, guess the number of sweets in the jar, and much more fun for all the family.

Elysium donated a Clarins gift set for the raffle, Kodak donated a small frame for the tombola, and the dry cleaners in Eastgate have donated a £14 suit clean voucher.

Wetherspoons supports CLIC Sargent as their main charity, with over £10 million raised as a company so far.

The Joseph Morton has raised over £6,000 since it opened, and it hopes to beat its target of £333 at the fete.