Dragonboat money given to causes

Presentation of money from Boston Dragon Boat Festival to chosen charities.'L-R David Witts - Dragon Boat chairman, John Woods - BHF, Margaret McLean - St Barnabas Hospice, Janet Deaton - Air Ambulance, Rex Blanchard-Smith - RBL, Sally Farman - Macmillan, Paul Stephenson - Butterfly Hospice, Rob Biggs - Motor Neurone Disease Association, Sue Ganley - Boston Rowing Club, Tony Elmer - Dragon Boat committee member.
Presentation of money from Boston Dragon Boat Festival to chosen charities.'L-R David Witts - Dragon Boat chairman, John Woods - BHF, Margaret McLean - St Barnabas Hospice, Janet Deaton - Air Ambulance, Rex Blanchard-Smith - RBL, Sally Farman - Macmillan, Paul Stephenson - Butterfly Hospice, Rob Biggs - Motor Neurone Disease Association, Sue Ganley - Boston Rowing Club, Tony Elmer - Dragon Boat committee member.

BOSTON’S Dragonboat Festival is roaring on following donations totalling £4,500 being presented.

The organisers of the race, which took place earlier this year, handed the funds to the British Heart Foundation, St Barnabas Hospice, Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire Air Ambulance, the Royal British Legion, Macmillan, the Butterfly Hospice and the Motor Neurone Disease Association at the evening held at the Boston County Club.

Pictured, from left, Dragonboat Festival chairman David Witts, John Roney and Keith Woods from the British Heart Foundation, Margaret McLean from St Barnabas Hospice, Janet Deaton from Air Ambulance, Rex Blanchard-Smith from the Royal British Legion, Sally Farman from Macmillan, Paul Stephenson from the Butterfly Hospice, Rob Biggs from the Motor Neurone Disease Association, Sue Ganley from Boston Rowing Club and Dragonboat committee member Tony Elmer. DD 071111039