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Neighbours raced ahead with a fundraiser and made £455 for a breast cancer charity.
Jane Issac, Steven Groom and Gillian Stewart got together on Saturday August 7 to put on a barbecue and race day with plenty of fun and games in South Shian, near Benderloch for family and friends.
Steven and Iain MacDonald, known as Mogli, were the winning team in the blindfolded wheelbarrow obstacle event.
Ronnie Hogg and Roddy Campbell also deserved a prize for entertainment value – managing to get lost on the course.
Jane said: ‘We all had a great time, people were very generous. We’re pleased with the money we made for Breast Cancer Now.’
Breast Cancer Now is a charity formed in 2015 by the merger of Breast Cancer Campaign and Breakthrough Breast Cancer. It is the UK’s largest breast cancer charity and its declared action plan is that by 2050, everyone who develops breast cancer will live.
You can find out more by visiting breastcancernow.org
Caption: Fun and games raising funds for Breast Cancer Now charity.