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Norwich hotel donates proceeds of a year’s fundraising to Marie Curie

Christine Malcolm, General Manager and Andrew Shorthose Operations Manager, the Maids Head Hotel, Christine Malcolm, general manager and Andrew Shorthose, operations manager of The Maids Head in Norwich, present a cheque for £711.03 to Hugo Stevenson, community fundraiser for Marie Curie in Norfolk, at the hotel. Picture: Paul Dickson

Christine Malcolm, General Manager and Andrew Shorthose Operations Manager, the Maids Head Hotel, Christine Malcolm, general manager and Andrew Shorthose, operations manager of The Maids Head in Norwich, present a cheque for £711.03 to Hugo Stevenson, community fundraiser for Marie Curie in Norfolk, at the hotel. Picture: Paul Dickson

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A Norwich hotel has donated the proceeds of a year of fundraising to a national healthcare charity.

The Maids Head raised £711.03 for Marie Curie through a special murder mystery evening, planting daffodil bulbs, a donation in lieu of its Christmas card, and collection boxes.

Charlotte Billington, a receptionist at the Tombland hotel, also completed a sponsored parachute jump.

Christine Malcolm, the hotel’s general manager, said: “I would particularly like to thank all our guests who contributed to Marie Curie collection boxes and Charlotte Billington for bravely completing a parachute jump in aid of the charity.”

Hugo Stevenson, community fundraiser for Marie Curie in Norfolk, added: “It was brilliant that such a high-profile local business chose to support Marie Curie.”

This year The Maids Head is supporting the Lord Mayor of Norwich and Sheriff’s civic charity, Norwich Integration Partnership.

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