Brentwood Brewery’s panto raises funds for SNAP charity
- Credit: Archant
Audience members helped Brentwood Brewery raise funds for the children’s charity Special needs and Parents (SNAP).
Brentwood Brewery's The Drunkest Showman pantomime raised £160 for the Warley-based charity SNAP.
Michelle Andrews, SNAP's events and marketing manager, said: "Top hats off to the talented team at Brentwood Brewery for raising funds and awareness for SNAP in such an entertaining way.
"The brewery's community spirit is an inspiration and their continued support for our charity is greatly appreciated by the SNAP team and the thousands of families that fundraising like this helps to make a difference to."
The charity in Pastoral Way supports families with children who have special needs.
You may also want to watch:
SNAP ambassador Penny Hollington, joined the panto cast, playing the key role of Buddy the Devil, an evil lager rep.
Head brewer Ethan Kannor added: "SNAP is a good cause very close to all our hearts.
- 1 Councillor criticises council decision to remove automated public toilets
- 2 Man arrested in east London for terrorist offences
- 3 Lidl to submit a planning application for a Rainham store
- 4 Shielding pensioner 'gobsmacked' after being hit with littering fine
- 5 Planes can't take off, but new businesses can - pilot swaps cockpit for coffee
- 6 Collier Row school keeping children entertained with unique treasure hunt
- 7 Brentwood Banksy collector hopes to find home for 'hula hoop girl' in new Basildon gallery
- 8 Havering parking permits set to move online
- 9 Significant number of Havering GP websites 'lack key information'
- 10 Havering MPs react to Covid roadmap plan
"We know first hand what wonderful work the charity undertakes, working with and supporting the families of children with special needs or disabilities as they have helped us and my son Oakley."