An antiques valuation day with Adam Schoon from the Antiques Roadshow at The Greyhound pub in Keston has raised £99 for the Freddie Farmer Foundation.

The valuations were provided free of charge with the option of making a small donation to the charity.

The event was The Greyhound's latest in support of the foundation with past events including a charity race night.

The Freddie Farmer Foundation physiotherapy centre opened in Bromley in April 2015 to provide intensive physiotherapy programmes for disabled children.

It is one of only a handful of independent UK therapy centres offering specialist equipment and therapeutic exercises, supporting disabled children from all over London and the south east.

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Sent in by Carol Ann Walters