Stamford Pantomime Players’ Christmas production of Mother Goose helped raise money for two worthwhile charities.
Mother Goose was performed at Stamford Corn Exchange between December 27 and January 1 and the “overwhelming generosity” of the audience meant bucket collections raised £1,600.
At the weekend, Mother Goose herself Kevin Paige, pictured above centre, and the Players’ committee presented half the money to Dannii Vincent, of Dosh4Defibs, which is campaigning to put a defibrillator in every school in Stamford. The other half of the money went to The Willoughby School in Bourne, which is a school for children with special needs.
Headteacher Adam Booker collected the money, which will go towards a sensory room, on behalf of the school.