Spooktacular display raises over £400 for Retts Syndrome

Posted on the 7th November 2018

Each year tenant Linda Howarth and her family get into the spirit of Halloween by putting on a massive haunting display outside their home in Pitstone, Bucks.

The money raised is for a young lady with life shortening Retts Syndrome who lives locally.

The event was a great success and in just 2.5 hours Linda, her family and neighbours raised a fang-tastic £406.75 purely in bucket donations, smashing last year’s record of £300!

For the last four years every Halloween the display brings together Paradigm residents and the wider community in Pitstone. Visitors, including the local PC, are asked for donations in return for a ghostly scare and sweets, often donated by local people and businesses.

Well done to all those involved!

 

 

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