LEEDS Jewish Welfare Board has benefited from the recent Grand National to the tune of £235.
When Stephen Berson was opener for the Welfare Board's Gale Bridge Trophy in November, he offered the winners a free bet on the Grand National, with any winnings going to the Welfare Board.
It turned out to be a family affair as Stephen's mum Barbara Berson was the winner.
Barbara appears to be on a roll because she also backed the winner, Tiger Roll, ridden by jockey Davy Russell.
However, it is not all good news in the Berson family - last weekend, while fell walking, Stephen tripped and broke his leg and has been laid up in Lancaster Hospital for several days.