Doddington murder mystery play raises £500 for Macmillan Cancer Support

10:10 02 May 2014

Simon Keymer, chairman of Blasts from the Past, presents the cheque to Gill Smith, chairman of March, Chatteris and District Committee for Macmillan Cancer Support.

Simon Keymer, chairman of Blasts from the Past, presents the cheque to Gill Smith, chairman of March, Chatteris and District Committee for Macmillan Cancer Support.

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An amateur murder mystery and living history group’s play raised £500 for charity.

Actors on stage.Actors on stage.

Members of Blasts from the Past presented a cheque for £500 to Gill Smith, chairman of the March, Chatteris and District Committee for Macmillan Cancer Support.

The play, The Last Act, was written by Doddington playwright John Fry and performed at Doddington Village Hall on April 5.

There was also a raffle with prizes donated by local businesses.

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