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Cromer concert in aid of Holt young carers and youth centre

PUBLISHED: 13:53 23 October 2018 | UPDATED: 14:02 23 October 2018

Tony Bond, President of the Rotary Club of North Norfolk, presenting the cheque to Julie Alford representing the Holt Youth Project. Picture: supplied by Tony Bond

Tony Bond, President of the Rotary Club of North Norfolk, presenting the cheque to Julie Alford representing the Holt Youth Project. Picture: supplied by Tony Bond

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A concert featuring the Taverham Brass Band and the Vocalights Choir will be held at Cromer church.

It’s being hosted by North Norfolk Rotary Club and is in aid of the Holt young carers and youth centre.

Rotary club president Tony Bond said: “The Holt young carers and youth project is our adopted charity for the current rotary year.

“We already held a golf day at the Royal Cromer Golf course in July, where 25 teams of four took part and, together with the raffle, we raised just over £8,000. Some of the young carers had made cupcakes and they sold these on the day. I presented the cheque to Julie Alford representing the Holt youth project.”

The concert is on November 17 at 7.30pm. Tickets, priced £10, are available from Woodrows, 15a Church Street, Cromer and 2PLan Wealth Management, 6, Penfold Street, Aylsham.


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