THE PANTOMIME at Leamington’s Spa Centre has raised a record-breaking amount for a baby hospice.
Each year the centre’s Christmas panto invites a charity to have buckets at every performance and raise money and awareness for their cause.
And more than £11,000 was raised during the run of Dick Whittington, which will go towards providing and respite care for terminally ill babies and children up to five years old at the Coventry-based hospice.
Spa Centre spokeswoman Laura Wyatt said: “It’s great we are able to offer charities the opportunity to raise the profile of their cause through our audience attendance and we are so amazed and grateful of our customers generosity.”
Visit www.zoes-place.org.uk to find out more about the charity.