Hundreds is raised for the Air Ambulance at Guiseley restaurant

Ilkley Gazette: Phillip Murphy, co-owner of the Wetherby Whaler, is pictured with Kerry Garner, of the Yorkshire Air Ambulance Phillip Murphy, co-owner of the Wetherby Whaler, is pictured with Kerry Garner, of the Yorkshire Air Ambulance

A charity night at a Guiseley restaurant has raised hundreds of pounds for the air ambulance.

The Otley Inner Wheel Club raised £680 for the Yorkshire Air Ambulance with an event at The Wetherby Whaler restaurant.

In 2011, The Wetherby Whaler adopted the Yorkshire Air Ambulance as its chosen charity and up to now, has raised more than £5,000 for it.

The restaurant’s co-owner Janine Murphy, said: “We are delighted with the amount that we helped The Otley Inner Wheel Club raise for the Yorkshire Air Ambulance and it was great to see so many people get involved with the fundraiser.

“It is very important that local businesses support charity initiatives and the Yorkshire Air Ambulance carries out vital work across the region.”

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