Easter egg raffle raises cracking sum

PUBLISHED: 08:09 31 March 2016 | UPDATED: 08:09 31 March 2016

Axminster Lions Club vice president Paul Jennings (left) with Liam Wood, aged seven and his dad Mark. Picture: CHRIS CARSON

Axminster Lions Club vice president Paul Jennings (left) with Liam Wood, aged seven and his dad Mark. Picture: CHRIS CARSON

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Axminster Lions say tickets sold ‘like hot cakes’

Raffle tickets for a giant chocolate Easter egg sold like ‘hot cakes’ at Axminster Community Primary Academy in the run-up to the holidays.

Lions vice-president Paul Jennings said that all the money raised from selling the tickets, which cost £1 each, will go to aid the local good causes supported by the club.


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