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Charity night means defibrillator can be installed at The Danish Invader

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A charity night held at The Danish Invader in Stamford raised £700 for Dosh4Defibs.

Peter Buttress organised the event on April 15, supported by Chris Needham, from the pub. It featured local band Cosmic Rodney and Singer Simon, as well as a raffle with a host of fabulous prizes donated by local businesses. Chris donated £300 to bring the total to £1,000, which will go towards fitting a debrillator to the exterior of the pub.

Dannii Drew, founder for Dosh4Defibs and pictured above, said: “Huge thank you to Pete for all his hard work, it paied off and I know he is really pleased with how the event went.”


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