A variety of events throughout the year held in the village of Woodford, near Kettering, have raised more than £6,000 for Cransley Hospice.
The final amount raised, which included income from the third annual Woodfordstock music festival in August as well as a variety of other events centred around the Duke’s Arms pub, totalled £6,013.
The pub and its customers were raising money in memory of musician Al Tait, who died at Cransley Hospice in 2008.
Stevie Poole, a friend of Mr Tait who used to play alongside him in their band, said: “We have been supporting Cransley for five years.”
Mr Poole, who also helps to organise Woodfordstock, added: “The money raised is a joint effort between the festival and the things the pub has been putting on throughout the year.”
He said a large proportion of the money raised came from sponsorship accumulated by the High Street pub’s landlord, Tony Blyth, and three others, who walked along the 84-mile length of Hadrian’s Wall, also in August.
And Mr Poole paid tribute to the support from the community for events raising money for Cransley.
The pub will hold a number of events next year to raise money for the hospice.
The cheque was handed over to Cransley Hospice fundraiser Di Patrick in a presentation at the pub in Woodford last month.