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Price Bailey raises £1,500 for dementia charity at Norwich fun day

PUBLISHED: 17:18 10 November 2017 | UPDATED: 17:18 10 November 2017

Staff at the Norwich office of chartered accountants and business advisers Price Bailey have raised more than £1,500 following the firm’s annual charity fun day in aid of Alzheimer’s Research UK. Picture: Price Bailey

Staff at the Norwich office of chartered accountants and business advisers Price Bailey have raised more than £1,500 following the firm’s annual charity fun day in aid of Alzheimer’s Research UK. Picture: Price Bailey

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Employees at the Norwich office of a accountancy and business advice firm have raised more than £1,500 at its annual charity fun day.

Price Bailey staff were raising money in aid of Alzheimer’s Research UK.

They took part in a range of fundraising activities including a staff breakfast station, car wash and golf tournament, while some donated a day’s pay or matched a salary sacrifice.

The practice-wide fun day was the latest event in a year-long fundraising campaign for Alzheimer’s Research UK, which is aiming to bring about life-changing treatment for dementia by 2025.

James King, corporate social responsibility partner at Price Bailey, said: “Everyone at Price Bailey has really got behind the fundraising and it’s clear that this is a charity close to many people’s hearts. Most people know someone affected by dementia, which is why I think people have been so engaged with the fundraising activities.”


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