Pubwatch celebrates anniversary with donation
PUBWATCH has marked its 10th anniversary by selecting Help for Heroes as its charity for the next two years.
Jock Easton, the charity's naval service recovery centre project officer, was invited to Pubwatch's quarterly meeting, at the Noah's Ark in the city centre, to meet publicans.
He told more than 20 bar bosses how Help for Heroes was investing £23million into two buildings at the naval base's HMS Drake.
He explained how Parker VC, named after a First World War naval hero, would provide accommodation and social space for wounded Royal Marines and Royal Navy personnel.
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And the Endeavour building will house swimming and hydro-therapy pools and a gym, among other facilities.
Pubwatch members will now fund-raise for the charity. The organisations was started in 2002 in Mutley and North Hill and spread to cover the city centre six years ago.
Acting Chief Inspector Darren Green, who helped at the start, was invited to the meeting and Pubwatch chairman Richard Smith said "it was brilliant" he could attend.