Ottery pub in £310 Comic Relief boost

PUBLISHED: 10:48 23 March 2009 | UPDATED: 08:48 18 June 2010

COMIC Relief antics created a real buzz in the Volunteer Inn last Friday as pub-goers had their heads shaved and body-parts waxed for the charity- raising £310.

COMIC Relief antics created a real buzz in the Volunteer Inn last Friday as pub-goers had their heads shaved and body-parts waxed for the charity- raising £310.

Ottery electrician Matt Williamson, 22, endured a chest-wax to raise £140 of the total.

Volunteer Owner Bea Richards, sporting a new shaven-headed look for the cause, said: "We all look like we've had chronic knits here. Lots of people took part- so a big thank you to all our customers for being so generous and a special thanks to Steph and Channie (hairdressers) for waxing and cutting hair in their own time for free.


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