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A busy week’s fund raising for Alive Leisure in King’s Lynn

PUBLISHED: 08:39 03 October 2018

Melanie Grange and Gennie Winson at the Corn Exchange King's Lynn. Photo: Alive leisure

Melanie Grange and Gennie Winson at the Corn Exchange King's Lynn. Photo: Alive leisure

Alive leisure

Alive Leisure centres around King’s Lynn and West Norfolk had a great week raising money for charity.

Sally Bush and Sally Parker. Bar and Catering assitants at Lynnsport. Photo: Alive LeisureSally Bush and Sally Parker. Bar and Catering assitants at Lynnsport. Photo: Alive Leisure

Five venues joined forces with customers for Macmillan’s World’s Biggest Coffee Morning on Friday, raising £2,104.20 between them.

A spokesman said: “Thank you to our staff for all their hard work on the day and organising the events, and everyone who made the wonderful cakes. We are very grateful to everybody who supported us and helped us to raise this incredible amount.”

Lynnsport in King’s Lynn also held a 13-hour Spinathon to celebrate National Fitness Day, in aid of The British Heart Foundation.

A spokesman said: “So far we have raised nearly £400 for the British Heart Foundation with money still coming in. A big thank you to everyone who supported this very worthwhile event.”


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