Mayfair Town & Country Continue their Charity Work.

PUBLISHED: 11:19 25 June 2015 | UPDATED: 11:19 25 June 2015

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THE Sales and Lettings Team at Mayfair Town & Country’s Worle office enjoyed a sunny day meeting locals who took on the challenge of guessing the amount of balloons which filled the company car to raise money for one of the town’s most treasured charity’s.

The winner with a total guess of 63 was Haiane Pozzatti, who was delighted to be presented with a summer hamper filled with goodies.

The fundraising event raised £72.30 for Weston Hospicecare, a charity which Mayfair Town and Country supports on a regular basis.

The agency’s charity work also continues with their second charity ball being held at Worlebury Golf Club on July 25 which is supporting Bone Cancer Research.

Principal, David Powell, said: “We would like to thank the public for their continued support in everything Mayfair are doing to raise much needed money.

“Please like our Facebook page for regular updates on our continued charity work.”

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