Accountants down tools for fund-raising fun day

PUBLISHED: 08:21 21 October 2014 | UPDATED: 08:21 21 October 2014

Polly Cunnington at Price Bailey. Picture: ROB MORRIS

Polly Cunnington at Price Bailey. Picture: ROB MORRIS

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‘Pin the tail on the manager’ proved a runaway success at an Ely business’ charity day.

Georgina Ball at Price Bailey. Picture: ROB MORRISGeorgina Ball at Price Bailey. Picture: ROB MORRIS

More than 20 staff from accountants Price Bailey, based in Broad Street, downed calculators for a day on Friday to raise much-needed funds for World Child Cancer and Wood Green Animal Shelter.

There were fairground games including hook a duck, refreshments for members of the public, a cake stall and a raffle.

In all, the inaugural fund-raising event brought in more than £700 for the two charities.

Staff at Price Bailey. Picture: ROB MORRISStaff at Price Bailey. Picture: ROB MORRIS

A spokesman for Price Bailey said: “We had a really good day and it was a great result for our charities.”


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