Accountants Lovewell Blake donate more than £20,000 to community projects

PUBLISHED: 07:02 24 December 2017 | UPDATED: 11:42 27 December 2017

Gary Flatt, partner at Lovewell Blake. Picture: Lovewell Blake

Gary Flatt, partner at Lovewell Blake. Picture: Lovewell Blake


A plethora of community groups have benefitted from more than £20,000 of grants from an accountancy firm’s fund.

Lovewell Blake, which has offices across Norfolk, north Suffolk and Ely, raised the money through the efforts of staff and partners over the past 12 months and then chosen 13 groups to receive donations, totalling £20,498.

The recipients, of grants between £320 and £2,000, were: Aylsham Community Gym, Centre 81 in Great Yarmouth, Simple Norfolk in Thetford, Sunbeams Play in Great Yarmouth, TPF – FreeG in Norwich, Beccles Lido, Home-start Suffolk, East Ipswich and Coastal, Kirby Cane & Ellingham Parish Council, Steel Bones in Isleham, Cambs, EP Youth in Fakenham, Little Thetford Preschool in Cambs, Hethersett Village Screen and Ormesby Village Preschool.

Lovewell Blake partner Gary Flatt said: “These groups are what bind our communities together, and they are the inspiration for our staff and partners to undertake fundraising activities throughout the year.”

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