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Members of the RFS at the Brunswick Heads hotel celebrating the $200,000 donation they received from the pub. Image Jef Dawson

The Bruns Pub have raised an impressive $200,000 for local firies, and last week the cash was handed over by the pub’s Delvene Delaney.

The money was the profits from a new beer, brewed especially for the pub, and the money has been spilt between the local RFS stations.

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5 COMMENTS

  1. Delvene you and John you have both been so generous to Byron Bay and the Byron shire community since the day you first bought the top Pub
    Thank you for all you have done quietly
    In the past and for all you continue to do to support our little community
    Donald Maughan

  2. John and Delvene are two beautiful human beings. For me that is the ultimate you can say about anyone.Love to you both.

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