Pub regulars hold "tramp off" for Arran Tosh charity

The friends were left in the wilderness and had to find their way back to the pub

The friends were left in the wilderness and had to find their way back to the pub

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A group of friends took an unusual approach to fundraising when they donned their grimmiest rags for a sponsored “tramp off”.

Regulars from the Waggon and Horses, Great Yeldham, dressed as tramps and agreed to be left in the wilderness 20 miles from home to raise over £3,000 for the Smile of Arran Trust.

Paul Boulter, 47, said: “It came out as an idea over a couple of pints, I wasn’t sure what the legalities were, we hoped we wouldn’t get locked up for vagrancy.”

See this week's Gazette for the full story.

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