Bernard Matthews and EDP bring some early festive cheer to flood-hit communities

Archant Anglia audience development director Darron Mcloughlin and distribution driver Danny Hawkie receive the donated flood appeal turkeys from Bernard Matthews human resources director Andrew Sherwood(centre).
PHOTO BY SIMON FINLAY Archant Anglia audience development director Darron Mcloughlin and distribution driver Danny Hawkie receive the donated flood appeal turkeys from Bernard Matthews human resources director Andrew Sherwood(centre). PHOTO BY SIMON FINLAY

Thursday, December 19, 2013
1:28 PM

The EDP today teamed up with Bernard Matthews to bring some early festive cheer to flood-hit communities on our coast.

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The day kicked off with Bernard Matthews delivering frozen turkeys to the EDP headquarters in Norwich.

Our driver then delivered 10 birds to The Lighthouse Inn in Walcott, which saw some of the most heart-rending devastation

Next up was Great Yarmouth Town Hall, which received 10 birds, and then Lowestoft Town Hall, where reporter Anthony Carroll took ten birds for delivery to flood victims in St Johns Road.

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