Panto society raises more than a curtain

Chairman of Morpeth Pantomime Society Bruce Ennion  and  Lewis Gammer (12) and Rosie Bowden (11) who played Hansel and Gretel 'were delighted to hand the cheque over Gretel handed a cheque for �120 over to  Chris Menzies - Manager of Barnabas Safe & Sound .

Chairman of Morpeth Pantomime Society Bruce Ennion and Lewis Gammer (12) and Rosie Bowden (11) who played Hansel and Gretel 'were delighted to hand the cheque over Gretel handed a cheque for �120 over to Chris Menzies - Manager of Barnabas Safe & Sound .

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PANTOMIME performers took centre stage again to present a charity cheque.

Lewis Gammer, 12, and Rosie Bowden, 11, who played Hansel and Gretel in Morpeth Pantomime Society’s production, handed £120 to Barnabas Safe and Sound.

The donation, which was collected by Barnabas Chief Executive Chris Menzies, was raised during the panto run.

Society Chairman Bruce Ennion said: “It is a brilliant charity to raise money for. Hansel and Gretel found themselves homeless for a period and Barnabas Safe and Sound provides emergency accommodation on a night-by-night basis for young people in immediate housing crisis.”