THE Queen Vic pub in Stroud is looking for help from residents to raise funds for charity.
Pub owner Pam wants residents to collect all the ring pulls from their beer, pop, soup and bean cans over the next couple of months, and then hand them into the pub.
They will then be given to the Royal Naval Association, for Blesma, a British charity that helps all serving and ex-service men and women who have lost limbs or lost the use of limbs or eyes, as well as to Help for Heroes, and Guide Dogs for the Blind.
Money is then provided to the charities in exchange for the ring pulls.
Charities receive a penny for each ring pull.
Pam said: “We are offering a goody box, containing a case of beer, bottles of spirits and other nice treats to the household that collects the most rings.
“Please count, bag them and then drop them in when we reopen.
“This is meant to be a bit of fun, but let’s try and help others during this difficult time. Stay safe people.
Chairman of the Royal Navy Association’s Stroud branch, Timothy Benn said: “I think it’s brilliant that the Queen Vic are helping charities with this, and it’s something that people can do while they are at home.”