Cheers to that! Pub makes new resource centre its charity of the year
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A Bramfield pub has chosen a new £880,000 Halesworth resource centre as its charity of the year.
A popular Suffolk pub have pledged to support a new health facility as its charity of the year.
The Queen's Head Hotel in Bramfield, near Halesworth will support the Pear Tree Fund, formerly known as Halesworth Community Nursing Care Fund by launching a new pudding.
Pub owner, Kate Wood said: 'We're delighted to be able to help the Pear Tree Fund in any way we can.
'Since buying The Queen's Head in July last year, we've discovered what a fantastic place Halesworth and the surrounding area is, and are keen to assist this hard-working charity to benefit the local community.'
The fundraising will begin in April when the pub will launches the frangipani and pear tart to their menu.
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The pub will also have a fashion show, hold stalls and host a raffle throughout the year.
Ted Edwards, Pear Tree Fund trustee said: 'We are delighted that the Queen's Head has chosen the Pear Tree Fund as its charity of the year.'
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