FUNDRAISING: Oxfordshire charity breaks fundraising record at Halloween party Photo of founder Andy Baker

A DIDCOT the charity raised over £700 at its Halloween Bash.

Play2Give, founded by Andrew Baker, was set up with a mission to raise money for brain injury and children’s hospitals charities in Oxfordshire.

The charity raised £752.50 by hosting a Halloween Disco, beating the previous year’s fundraising total of £200.

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Mr Baker said: ‘Oh, what a spooky thing it was. A big thank you to everyone who attended the event, to everyone who dug deep and to everyone who supported and contributed, and helped raise a huge amount for the Play2Give Charity.

“P2G has already had another amazing year of fundraising and community support, and it’s not over yet. Much more to come in this landmark year.

Mr Baker hopes to raise £15,000 to celebrate the association’s 15th anniversary this year.

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This story was written by Gee Harland. She joined the team in 2022 as a senior multimedia reporter.

Gee covers WallingfordWantage and Didcot.

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