Pub to support children's charity by holding a series of fundraising events

Pub to support children's charity

Pub to support children's charity

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East London and West Essex Guardian Series: Photograph of the Author by , Reporter - Epping Forest

A community pub is set to host a series of fundraising events for a children’s charity.

The King William IV pub in Chigwell has confirmed it will be the base for events over the Christmas period in aid of The Dream Factory, which grants wished to young people with serious illnesses.

Pub Manager Lucy Murphy said: "I'm delighted to have made this link with Avril and The Dream Factory.

"I look toward to working together to make a difference to some truly amazing and inspirational lives."

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12:31pm Mon 18 Aug 14

Villagecranberry says...

This is a decent pub and beautiful inside. They brew their own real ale , Brodie's and very popular. One of the best (and few remaining pubs) around the Bakers Arms).

Well done!
This is a decent pub and beautiful inside. They brew their own real ale , Brodie's and very popular. One of the best (and few remaining pubs) around the Bakers Arms). Well done! Villagecranberry
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