Sheffield magistrate to be locked-up for charity

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A SHEFFIELD magistrate will be locked up for a day – and not be released until she has raised enough bail money.

Liz Hepworth, of Coal Aston, will be arrested and taken to Doncaster Prison to raise money for Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice in North Anston.

Liz and others will be handcuffed and put in to the back of a prison van in a high profile arrest on the morning of Thursday, November, 29.

She said: “I don’t think I will enjoy this much. I am nervous but I have always said I would do most things for Bluebell Wood.”

The group will have their fingerprints and mugshots taken before being thrown in to a cell.

Prisoners can use their mobiles to call family and friends to raise the minimum of £500 to be released.