A HAMPSHIRE pub welcomed two extremely popular guests as part of its charity fundraiser.
The day, which raised funds for the Countess Mountbatten Hospice Charity, included balloon modelling, an inflatable slide, a Pimm’s tent set up by the pub, glitter tattoos, tarot readings, gift and craft stalls and a raffle.
The Pimm’s tent alone raised more than £100.
Sean Neagus, deputy manager, said that The Gruffalo characters were the undoubted attraction.
“That’s what everone was there for, from the look of it – it was very popular,” he said, adding that the pub was looking forward to doing a similar fundraiser for the charity in November.