Monday, 14 June 2021
THIS year’s summer Shakespeare in the grounds of Stubbings House raised a record amount for charity.
A spokesman for the Garden Players, which staged A Midsummer Night’s Dream over five nights at the end of June, said a total £19,435 had been raised, of which £6,438 came from the silent auction and raffle.
The bulk of the money — £18,865 — will be donated to Child Bereavement UK, with Rotary and Wooden Spoon receiving £570. Garden Players chairman Steve McAdam said Antony and Cleopatra is next year’s play.
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