STAFF who work at a pub in Andover have raised more than £1,000 for a cancer charity.

The Foresters Arms in Andover for the past 12 years has taken on board a charity and this year was no different for staff and customers.

This year the chosen charity was Teenage Cancer Trust in memory of Rosie Rickards who died from cancer earlier this year,

By organising monthly charity quizzes and raffles staff and customers at the pub have managed to raise an incredible £1699.15.

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A spokesperson from the pub said: "We are over the moon with this amount and would like to thank our customers that support our charitable events each year.

"Appreciation also goes to Abbey Sadler, Jasmin Duke, Sandra Fluen and Greg Lloyd who kindly gave up their time to bake, donate and organise the quizzes. 

"Alongside our yearly charity, we have also raised over £5000 which was divided between Dreams Come True Children's,  Race for Life,  Mcmillan, MS, British Legion, Sunny Days Children's Cancer, Lennox Children's Home."