A charity raffle at an historic National Trust owned pub in Aylesbury has raised £350 in aid of the RAF Benevolent Fund.
Prizes at The King's Head pub included a hamper of goodies, flowers and gift vouchers, with the winning tickets picked by landlord, George Jenkinson.
Pub manager Mike Williams and his team were delighted with the success of the raffle; just reward for their hard work encouraging customers to buy tickets.
"People were very generous helping to raise funds for this great cause and it was lovely to see," Mike said.
A cheque was presented to the Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund's Charlotte Barmby, Regional Fundraiser South, on 16 January.
"We’re very grateful to the King's Head for their wonderful fundraising efforts – what an achievement!" Charlotte said.
"The support from Mike and his team has been outstanding and the donation will make a real difference to the RAF family."
The King's Head pub dates back to 1455 and is the tap for the Chiltern Brewery. It prides itself on being a real ale pub of excellence in a unique and historical setting.