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Bury St Edmunds shop’s ‘sweet’ raffle raises £300 for charity




Helen Gibbon, manager at Auntie Pam's, presents the 'sweet sleigh' to Terry Price ANL-141229-141703001
Helen Gibbon, manager at Auntie Pam's, presents the 'sweet sleigh' to Terry Price ANL-141229-141703001

A Christmas raffle at a Bury St Edmunds sweet shop has raised £300 in aid of charity.

Auntie Pam’s, in The Traverse, gave customers the chance to win a ‘sweet sleigh’, created by manager Helen Gibbon, with £70 worth of sweets and chocolate. The winner was Terry Price, a customer of more than 10 years.

Money raised will be split between St Nicholas Hospice Care and the Bury Lions charities.

Mark Cordell, of Ourburystedmunds, chose the winning ticket.



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