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Stamford Pantomime Players help two good causes

Kevin Paige hands over the donations to both Dannii Vincent and Adam Booker.
Kevin Paige hands over the donations to both Dannii Vincent and Adam Booker.

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.


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