Audley St Elphin’s Park raised £2,078 for charity

Posted in News on 22nd March 2017

Audley St Elphin’s Park, has raised £2,078 for charity with a local community performance of ‘Bobby Hood and the Baron of Briber Castle’.  

Staff and Audley owners formed the cast and production crew in a witty take on the classic tale Robin Hood on 26th and 27th February, in two sold out performances. The money raised will be split between the British Heart Foundation and local charity First Taste, which specialises in promoting art and simulative activities for older people.

Sue McClean, Village Manager, Audley St Elphin’s Park, said: “After the success of last year, we were inundated with owners and staff keen to get involved with organising a bigger, better pantomime. To sell out two performances and raise as much money as we have is a testament to the hard work and quick wit of all involved. We’re delighted with the money we’re now able to donate to two very worthwhile charities and would like to extend a huge thank you to everyone who came along.”

Mr Bailey, an Audley St Elphin’s Park owner who took part in the pantomime commented: “It was fantastic to see all our hard work pay off, both on stage and behind the scenes over what was a really enjoyable evening. We’re already looking forward to getting involved in the next event at St Elphin’s.”