School targeted by lead thieves hosts jumble sale to help pay for repairs
- Credit: Flegg High School
A school targeted by lead-thieves has praised the rallying response of the community.
Donations have flooded in for a fund-raising jumble sale taking place at Flegg High School in Martham on Saturday.
Although the damage was covered by insurance there is still a funding gap to bridge because of the excess and school events co-ordinator Diane Spooner said they had been inundated with goods to sell.
The school was targeted over the Christmas holidays.
The jumble sale on Saturday runs from 11am to 2pm
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Items for sale include clothes, shoes, jewellery, bags, bric-a-brac, furniture, fitness equipment, bedding, curtains, toys, kitchenware and much more.
The event team run by Mrs Spooner is made up of volunteer staff and students.
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There will also be a cake sale, stalls, refreshments, a tombola, and places to sit and chat. Entry 20p.