Jack ‘pays forward’ brewery’s generosity with donation to hardship fund

By Daniel Gee   |   Head of Content   |
Monday 1st June 2020 6:26 am
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Runner-up Jack Vincent with his bounty of Hogs Back beer ()

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SUCH was the success of the Herald’s recent competition to win a Barbecue to You bundle of Hogs Back Brewery beer, Alf Turner Butcher meat and Good Taste bakery bread delivered to your door, that the brewery agreed to award two runners-up prizes too.

And the feel-good factor doesn’t end there, as one of those runners-up, Jack Vincent, decided to pay the Hogs Back’s gesture forward and donate £50 to the Farnham Coronavirus Support Fund, offering small grants to those struggling to cope under lockdown.

Jack, from Farnham, said: “I’d like to ‘pay it forward’ and donate the beer in cash to The Farnham Coronavirus Support Fund, coordinated by Farnham Lions, so have just made a donation of £50 to their JustGiving page.

“Thank you for keeping our local slice of loveliness, The Herald, going through these challenging times.”

Rupert Thompson, the Hogs Back Brewery owner, said: “We’re delighted the competition offering our Barbecue to You service of beer, bread and meat was so popular. Clearly, a lot of people are planning a locally-sourced barbecue during lockdown.

“As a result of the huge demand, we’re adding two runner-up prizes of a PET of freshly-brewed TEA and a case of TEA, delivered to the winners’ homes.”

Corinne Dingle, from Oakhanger, took the top prize, while Jack Vincent and Daniel Taylor were both runners-up.

Hogs Back Brewery’s new Barbecue to You service allows customers buying beer online at www.hogsback.co.uk to also buy bread, meat and wine – the latter courtesy of wine supplier Nectar Imports.

Home delivery is though limited to selected postcodes: GU1 to GU24, or starting with GU34, GU35, GU46, GU47, GU51, GU52, GU95 or RG27, RG29.

Details about how to donate to the Farnham Coronavirus Support Fund and further information can be found at www.farnham.gov.uk/supportfund

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