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Panto Success - Both on and off Stage

The latest performance by Hethersett Pantomime Group proved successful both on and off stage. 

Robin Hood and His Merry Men was the first show written by cast member Lloyd Parfitt and has earned praise from stalwart Duncan Pigg who wrote and produced the village panto for 40 years and who is now chairman of the Hethersett Pantomime Group. 

“Having written and produced the show for over 40 years I am well aware of the time and work it requires and it is a great credit to everyone that the new era has started with such a great show,” Mr Pigg said. 

This year’s show also raised over £6100 for charity and local organisations. An end of show bucket collection raised £2,100 for the Advanced Medical Response Unit.  Other donations were made to Multiple Sclerosis Research (£700), Hethersett Jubilee Youth Club for games equipment (£700), Friends of Hethersett High School (£700), Hethersett St Remigius Church Repair Fund (£350), Hethersett Methodist Church (£350), Little Melton Church (£350), Great Melton Church (£350), Wymondham Roman Catholic Church (£350) and Ketteringham Church (£200).  

In the past 41 years the pantomime group has donated over £71,000 to various organisations and charities.