Organisation which supports ex-offenders to help raise money for Norfolk domestic abuse charity this Christmas

Britannia Enterprises sets out to raise �1000 for local domestic abuse charity, Leeway, this Christm

Britannia Enterprises sets out to raise �1000 for local domestic abuse charity, Leeway, this Christmas. Davina Tanner CEO Britannia Enterprises with Mandy Proctor, CEO Leeway charity. Picture: Nick Butcher - Credit: Nick Butcher

A social enterprise which is staffed by low risk prisoners or ex offenders will be raising money for a domestic abuse charity this Christmas.

Britannia Enterprises, which is behind Café Britannia and Bistro Britannia, and aims to reduce re-offending levels through training and employment opportunities, has set out to raise £1000 for the Leeway charity.

Café Britannia will host its first ever three-day Christmas Craft Fair from November 24 in aid of Leeway while Bistro Britannia, at Norwich's Guildhall, will also be a drop-off venue for the charity's Christmas 2017 Appeal which is seeking donations for women and children staying at safe houses.

In addition, Leeway's annual Christmas quiz will take place at Britannia Enterprise's venue at Waterloo Park, Park Britannia, on December 7.


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