A gin tasting event at Drone Valley Brewery raised £447 for CSALS, a charity dedicated to promoting and facilitating first aid training.
The money was raised from ticket sales and a raffle held at the event, which featured six Scavelli gins. Those attending took part in a keypad quiz and there was also a ‘Gin or Beer?’ card game.
Elaine Dennison, chair of Drone Valley Brewery, was delighted with the success of the event. She said: “The feedback from all the customers was absolutely brilliant. Everybody enjoyed it and went home really, really happy.”
Pete Bishop, a supporter of Drone Valley Brewery who attended the event, added: “It was well organised, professionally run and for a really good cause. It was absolutely fantastic.”
CSALS’ community facilitator, Debra Johnson, said: “I’d like to thank Drone Valley Brewery for allowing us to host the event, which allowed us to raise awareness of our organisation and generate valuable funds.”
A free online first aid course, provided in association with Virtual College, can be accessed via www.virtual-college.co.uk/prepared.
Drone Valley Brewery, based at Unstone, is a community benefit society which supports local good causes by donating their profits to them.