Spook-tacular fundraising fun

November 1, 2017

On Halloween lots of little monsters enjoyed fang-tastic, spook-tactular fun at The Rose & Crown; with prizes for best costumes, mad music & dancing, lots of games and horrible treats! Which helped raise over £260 for our local charities.

 

The Rose & Crown Pub, at 140 Tooting Bec Road (famed for it's craft beers & awesome pizzas) are raising money for FACE and put on this fun event, which included a halloween disco by The Amazing DJ Dan, yummy treats & lots of prizes. Over 100 mini Witches, Monsters, Ghosts, Vampires, Scary Creatures, Ghouls, Zombies, Warlocks, Scarecrows and Super Heroes came - accompanied by a selection of ghouls & Human adults.

 

A select team of FACE freaks joined in the fun and probably enjoyed it as much as the kids. Thanks to everyone who came!

 

The pub have also been raising money for FACE at their Lego-Challenge & Games night on Wednesdays and we hope to be part of future fundraising events.

 

 

 

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Registered under the Gambling Act 2005 with Wandsworth Borough Council Promoter: FACE Alan Feast, 49 Chillerton Road London SW17 9BE

Monies are being raised for the MND Association: Charity Registered No. 294354 and St George’s Hospital Charity: Registered Charity No. 241527 and will be divided equally. Any money donated to St George’s Hospital is used to provide extra benefits for patients and staff, and is not used to substitute government funding of core NHS services.