A PUB staged a socially-distanced afternoon tea to raise money for Manorlands.

Scones and cakes galore – plus a raffle – were on offer at the event, at the New Inn, Wilsden.

The tea – organised by landlord Miguel Schreck and his mother, Christine – coined-in over £500 for the Oxenhope Sue Ryder hospice.

Christine, who baked all the cakes, said: “This was our way of giving a little back and saying ‘thank you’ to Manorlands.

“Thanks go to all our customers for coming along and giving so generously.”

With many of its fundraising events cancelled and uncertainty over when normal trading will resume at Sue Ryder shops, Manorlands anticipates a funding gap of £1.5 million in this financial year.

Miki Mitchell, community fundraising officer at the hospice, said: “Christine and Miguel have done a fantastic job organising this event for the hospice.

“We remain heavily reliant on individuals fundraising for us during this challenging time and every penny raised helps us to be there when it matters for patients and their loved ones.”