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Stamford McDonald's Halloween day raises money for Ronald McDonald House Charities




A McDonald's franchisee is closer to raising £20,000 for charity thanks to a Halloween fundraising day.

Matt Jarrett, who runs the Stamford restaurant, is raising the money for the Ronald McDonald House Charities.

The charity helps families stay close to their hospitalised children by providing free accommodation.

Violet Isack getting her face painted by Emma Phillips
Violet Isack getting her face painted by Emma Phillips

The Halloween day included face painting by customer care manager, Emma Phillips, a raffle and a lucky dip.

The most requested styles were skulls, unicorns and flowers.

The face painting and lucky dip raised more than £80 for the charity.

The face painting helped to raise money for Ronald McDonald House Charities
The face painting helped to raise money for Ronald McDonald House Charities

The Halloween fundraiser included face painting by customer care manager, Emma Phillips, a raffle and a lucky dip.

Skulls, unicorns and flowers were the most popular facepaint styles.

The face painting and lucky dip raised more than £80 for the foundation.

McDonald's will also be holding a fundraiser in Stamford on Christmas Eve when children will be greeted by Father Christmas.

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