Fun day success

sp90294 Belper Railway Pub Fun Day, Back L-r,Tony Peck,Tracy Gardiner, Danielle Woodward, Toni Record, Emma Hulland,Louise Wallman, JP Deacon Daniel Woodward, Toni Record, Louise Wallman, Jp Deacon.
sp90294 Belper Railway Pub Fun Day, Back L-r,Tony Peck,Tracy Gardiner, Danielle Woodward, Toni Record, Emma Hulland,Louise Wallman, JP Deacon Daniel Woodward, Toni Record, Louise Wallman, Jp Deacon.

A FUN day in Belper raised more than £500 in a bid to help build a better future for people with epilepsy.

The action-packed event at the Railway Hotel, on King Street, was organised by Louise Warman, 42, of Belper, who suffers from epilepsy.

sp90293 Belper Railway Pub Fun Day, Back L-r, Emma Hulland, Danielle Woodward, Toni Record, Louise Wallman, Jp Deacon, Front Tony Peck(left), Tracy Gardiner.

sp90293 Belper Railway Pub Fun Day, Back L-r, Emma Hulland, Danielle Woodward, Toni Record, Louise Wallman, Jp Deacon, Front Tony Peck(left), Tracy Gardiner.

She said that, with money still to come in from a sponsored walk, the total amount raised for the charity Epilepsy Action will smash through the £1,000 barrier.

“It was a good day,” said Louise. “A big thankyou to all the local shops who donated prizes for the raffle and tombola.”

Earlier in the day, 13 people donned fancy-dress to do a nine-mile walk from Matlock Bath to Belper.