Bartenders get in the spirit for charity

PUBLISHED: 14:43 30 July 2011

Sarah Court, Johnny Thackway and Josh Bowen pictured with their manager Sue Scarrott

Sarah Court, Johnny Thackway and Josh Bowen pictured with their manager Sue Scarrott

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BARTENDERS from a Crow Country pub are getting into the charity spirit with a sponsored skydive.

The money raised will go toward The Phoenix Group, which helps deaf children and their families cope with the disability.

Sarah Court, Johnny Thackway and Josh Bowen all of Ashwell’s Rose and Crown are now collecting money for August 27’s event.

The locals and managment are also getting stuck in and are hosting a fundraising event nest Saturday - which will feature tractors, games, a barbecue and music from local bands.

To sponsor the trio log on to www.justgiving.com/phoenixskydive.

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