Fundraiser does well for North East Lincolnshire's Walkwell Scheme
MORE than £700 was raised for a charity that helps people to walk themselves well.
The Old Clee Social Club And Institute held a fundraiser for North East Lincolnshire's Walkwell Scheme, which holds walks across the borough to get people more active to improve their health.
The fundraiser was organised by club chairman, Dave Morris, who is also a member of the health group, and saw a raffle, tombola, auction and buffet.
Mr Morris said: "We are very pleased with how much we raised. It will make a lot of difference, there is so much that goes on behind the scenes in WalkWell and it needs money to survive.
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"It was an absolutely excellent night, it was great to see everyone together.
"WalkWell means a lot to people, it helps get people out, especially people who live on their own. It is more than a way to get fit, it is a place to make friends, too."
The night was so successful they will hold another fundraiser in April.
The Old Clee Social Club And Institute's Christmas fish and chips supper will take place on Saturday, December 15.
There will be a quiz, raffle and bingo and all proceeds will go into the club's social fund.