Over £500 raised in Colesbourne through jubilee celebrations
10:10am Saturday 16th June 2012 in News
MORE than £500 was raised for the Royal Agricultural Benevolent Institution through the Queen's Diamond Jubilee celebrations in Colesbourne.
On June 4 a barbecue, bonfire and fireworks display was held on Penhill, one of the highest points in the Cotswolds from where eight other fires could be seen from as far as Stokenchurch on the M40, some 50 miles away.
On June 5 a five-mile walk around the Colesbourne Estate led by Sir Henry Elwes also took place.
The village raaised a total of £505.81 for RABI which has the Queeen as patron.