Cash boost for bullying charity after St George’s fun

Jim Booth lays a wreath on The Copp Memorial on Hayling Island in 2015 

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A CAMPAIGN to stop bullying has received a massive boost – thanks to English pride.

Whistler’s fish and chip shops in Fareham, Hayling and Westbourne celebrated St George’s Day in style and managed to raise around £897 for Beat The Bullies.

The Havant-based charity is being launched nationally later this year.

Chief executive Emma Hine said: ‘Eighteen volunteers currently share two second hand computers so this money will be making our jobs trying to help bullied children a lot easier.’