Mundesley ‘thieves’ hand over more than £4000 to local good causes

Mundesley Pantomime Group raised over £6000 for good causes. Picture: Maurice Gray

Mundesley Pantomime Group raised over £6000 for good causes. Picture: Maurice Gray - Credit: Maurice Gray

For over 40 years the Mundesley Pantomime Group have staged a popular event annually and raised many thousands of pounds for worthy causes.

Earlier this year, the Panto creators, Pat Nearney, Nigel Holmes and Ian Cashmore, produced, directed and adapted a well-known title for 'full house' audiences, which is performed every February.

This year's production of Ali Baba and the 40 Thieves helped raise more than £4000 for local good causes - Mundesley Beavers, The Mardler, Mundesley Brownies, Mundesley First Responders, East Anglian Children's Hospice, Roughton Playgroup, and Mundesley Players.

Nigel Holmes, who designs and creates the stage scenery as well, said: 'It is so rewarding to know that all our hard work can contribute to giving a little help and happiness to those who deserve it.'

The presentations took place at the Corner Café in Mundesley last week.

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