A PUB is serving up a little nostalgia to help raise funds for a community defibrillator.

The Turkey Inn at Goose Eye asked customers for details of their favourite childhood desserts.

Now suggested dishes are to be included on the pub's specials board over the next few months, starting tomorrow (January 29), with proceeds from sales going to the defib fund.

Steve Mortimer, who owns the pub with fellow villager Fay Howell, says: "Our customers have enjoyed reminiscing about their favourite childhood desserts.

"We’ve received over 60 ideas, and have had all sorts suggested – from jam roly poly to cornflake tart, homemade rice pudding, Arctic roll and banana split.

"Visitors to the pub will see one childhood dessert on the specials menu every week.

"It’s important to us that the local community is involved in the pub and this fundraising effort, so we’re naming the desserts after the customer who suggested them. First up is Lauren Morrison’s cornflake tart and custard."

Fay says the village "desperately" needs a defibrillator.

She added: "There is one just over half a mile away, but the village sits in a hollow and during the winter getting out can be treacherous."

To donate to the cause, email hello@theturkeyinn.co.uk