A VILLAGE pub has raised £200 in a raffle to remember a mother-of-two who was a regular at its coffee shop.

The cash was used for equipment at charity Arts 2 Heal in memory of Guide resident Tracey Haslam who died tragically on January 23 aged 39.

Yvonne Brown, a board member of The Dog Inn community pub in Belthorn, said: "Tracey was a lovely, friendly lady, who often used to spend time in the coffee shop with her two children.

"We wanted to raise some money to remember her by, and she used to go to Arts 2 Heal frequently, so we thought we would support them in the work they do.

"Various members of our local community kindly donated prizes for the raffle, and we raised £200 in Tracey's memory."

Banu Adam, manager at Arts 2 Heal said "We are overwhelmed with the generosity and kindness in memory of Tracey who was a much loved member and volunteer at Arts 2 Heal.

"She is dearly missed. The donation will go towards buying a ScanNCut machine which we know Tracey would have loved using."