The Old Gaolhouse, in Winchester, hosted a family fun-day to raise money for nearby Naomi House Children’s Hospice.
The fund-raising event included music and stalls, as well as face-painting for the youngsters. There was also a name-the-beer and design-abeer-pump-logo competition, in conjunction with Alresford-based Itchen Valley Brewery.
The pub raised £700, with funds boosted by a sponsored beard-cutting and body-waxing session, as well as a raffle. The pub’s shift manager, Victoria Roe (pictured are former shift leader Richard Marsh and Rebecca Ede), said: “It was a fantastic community event – and we were thrilled to be able to raise funds for such a worthwhile cause.”