LIONS CLUB OF SIDMOUTH

PUBLISHED: 06:30 06 May 2017

Prizewinner Kirstin Larby and her daughter.

Prizewinner Kirstin Larby and her daughter.

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The Lions Club of Sidmouth’s Easter draws have raised £980 for charity.

Jo from the Anchor Inn draws tickets with Lions Mike Sycamore and Jeff Hoare.Jo from the Anchor Inn draws tickets with Lions Mike Sycamore and Jeff Hoare.

Members invited the community and visitors to the Sid Valley to participate by purchasing ‘squares’ on sale at five venues.

The money raised will be used for Sidmouth Lions’ local community service and charity activities.

Organisers thanked the proprietors of the venues which took part (listed below) and the public and visitors for their generosity.

Sidmouth Lions Club Easter Draw Results 2017 (venue: prize, winning no, winner’s name, location).

Balfour Arms landlord Ron Miles with Lion Bob Simmons.Balfour Arms landlord Ron Miles with Lion Bob Simmons.

Anchor Inn: large basket, 635, Ian Thomas, 1922 Club, Church Street; small basket, 680, Maria Szeghalmi, Sidbury.

Balfour Arms: large basket, 306, Roy Pritchard, holiday visitor; small basket, 220, 
Carole Young, Sidmouth; Landlord’s prize, 132, Adam Ives, Sidmouth.

Blue Ball Inn: large basket, 172, Alan Devenny, Sidmouth; medium basket, 645, Mandy Abraham, Sidford; small basket, 292, Linda, Sidmouth.

Sidmouth Hotels: large basket, 34, Kirstin Larby, Sidford; medium basket, 4, Bill Raven (redonated), Malvern, Worcs; small basket, 149, Malcolm Rayner, Acton, London.

Dan Colson of Dukes with Lion Graham Rossiter.Dan Colson of Dukes with Lion Graham Rossiter.

The Golden Lion: medium basket, N/A; small basket, N/A.


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