Dunkeswell family raises over 11k in three years
An the fundraising is set to continue.
Irene Pym MBE and her family have only lived in Dunkeswell for three years but, since moving to the village, have raised a whopping �11,500 for charity.
A further event is now due to take place and Mrs Pym hopes to receive similar good support from the community.
The family is staging a flower festival and fair from Friday, August 20, to Sunday, August 22, at Throgmorton Hall.
The Love Unity and Peace event will run from 10am to 7pm in aid of Help for Heroes, with coffee, lunches and tea.
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In addition, there will be a songs of praise event on Sunday, August 22, at 6.30pm, which is supported by St Nicholas Church and the Blackdown Christians.
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