Children and staff from Norwich school work their socks off for charity Autism Anglia
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A group of pupils from a Norwich school have worked their socks off to help raise vital cash and awareness for charity.
Mile Cross Primary School, in the north of the city, held a Silly Sock Day in support of Autism Anglia.
There wasn't a cold foot in the place as children and staff decorated themselves with silly socks.
A total of £300 was raised for the charity, as well as awareness about autism.
Autism Anglia is an independent charity which provides care and support to children, adults and families affected by autism.
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Services in Norfolk, Suffolk, and Essex, are managed from offices in Colchester and Dereham and aims to give individuals the necessary skills and strategies to enable them to realise their own strengths and abilities.
The charity also promotes knowledge and understanding of autism through training, education and supplying information to the public and professionals.
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