A Santa Pub Crawl, organised by Wirral Autistic Society supporters Adam and James Kenrick, raised £2500 in the run up to Christmas, very generously donated by patrons of several pubs in the Heswall area.
The Santa Pub Crawl, which is in it’s ninth year, offers pub patrons an official wrist band in exchange for a donation and embodies the true spirit of Christmas.Organiser, Adam Kenrick said “As with all of the previous years, Santa Pub Crawl 2013 was a huge success and bigger than ever. With help from Los Cabos, The Dee View Inn, The Glegg Arms & The Grange there were 1200 wristbands sold and a total of just over £5000 was raised.
The money has been evenly split between WAS and Wirral MIND to help with their ongoing fundraising campaigns. The Grange are also kindly donating their door money taken on the night to Mountains for Mia.”
The organisers hope to keep on with the tradition of Santa Pub Crawl for 2014 and to add some more fundraising activities so keep an eye out next Christmas!”We thank Adam and James Kenrick and the rest of the team for their time and generous support.