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Money from carers’ charity walk donated to celebrate Norfolk Day

PUBLISHED: 11:30 27 July 2018 | UPDATED: 18:36 30 July 2018

James Bagge celebrates the completion of his Walking4Norfolk event which raised £62000. From left, Helen Tuttle, relationship co-ordinator Norfolk Community Foundation; Charles Watt, High Sheriff; Anna Kasket, PR campaign; Jay Page, WI and Carers Matters Norfolk; and Claire Cullens, chief executive NCF. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

James Bagge celebrates the completion of his Walking4Norfolk event which raised £62000. From left, Helen Tuttle, relationship co-ordinator Norfolk Community Foundation; Charles Watt, High Sheriff; Anna Kasket, PR campaign; Jay Page, WI and Carers Matters Norfolk; and Claire Cullens, chief executive NCF. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

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Thousands of pounds will be donated to Norfolk’s army of unpaid carers.

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The money - £62,000 - was raised by former High Sheriff of Norfolk James Bagge who walked 1,500 miles from King’s Lynn to Santiago de Compostela in Spain.

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