Gorleston youngsters bounce their way to defibrillator fundraising success
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Cascade Nursery in Gorleston has raised £650 for a defibrillator charity by holding a family day at the pirate ship on Gorleston clifftop.
During the day the children took part in a sponsored bounce to raise money for the community project to install a lifesaving device in the town.
The children bounced for one minute and the number of bounces were counted.
The children did exceptionally well and the nursery gave a big thank you to all the families who sponsored the children.
The amount raised was £650 which was then presented to Jayne Biggs for Heart 2 Heart Norfolk.
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The monies raised will go towards putting another public defibrillator in Gorleston.
Mrs Biggs set up Heart 2 Heart after her daughter, Violet, suffered a sudden cardiac arrest when she was 7-years-old.
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