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Bowled over; Another £3k for EACH’s nook appeal

The nook appeal has received a boost of £3,310.45 thanks to Cawston Triples League and Reepham Nomads Bowling Club. The photo shows Tim Jenkins, left, and Dudley Jones. Picture: EACH

The nook appeal has received a boost of £3,310.45 thanks to Cawston Triples League and Reepham Nomads Bowling Club. The photo shows Tim Jenkins, left, and Dudley Jones. Picture: EACH

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East Anglia Children’s Hospices’ (EACH) nook appeal has received a boost of £3,310.45, thanks to Cawston Triples League and Reepham Nomads Bowling Club.

Dudley Jones, president of both, chose to support the appeal as his charity of the year.

Funds were raised at the league’s annual Presidents Day Trophy competition at Cawston Bowling Club and also from a cheese and wine party at Reepham Nomads. The organisation of both events was led by Terry Hardingham.

Tim Jenkins, EACH Norfolk community fundraiser, attended the competition, and said: “We continue to be incredibly humbled by such fantastic support from community organisations all over Norfolk. We’re heading into the final phase of the nook appeal now and it’s great to know we have such backing.”

The charity hopes to raise £10m for the building of a new Norfolk hospice, which could be operational by summer 2019.

For more information, visit www.each.org.uk/the-nook.


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