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Prince’s Trust team raise money for Mind allotment

PUBLISHED: 13:14 15 February 2019 | UPDATED: 13:30 15 February 2019

The Prince's Trust team raising funds to improve King's Lynn Mind's allotment  Picture: Chris Bishop

The Prince's Trust team raising funds to improve King's Lynn Mind's allotment Picture: Chris Bishop

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Young people on a Prince’s Trust course are raising money to restore a mental health charity’s allotment.

Donations from shoppers helped take the total to more than �500  Picture: Chris BishopDonations from shoppers helped take the total to more than �500 Picture: Chris Bishop

The group from King’s Lynn has spent two days fund raising in Tesco’s Hardwick Road store.

After helping shoppers pack bags in return for donations, they moved on to complete a 143-mile simulated ride around Norfolk on exercise bikes.

Fund raisers took part in a sponsored cycle ride, pedalling the equivalent of the 143 miles around Norfolk's boundary  Picture: Chris BishopFund raisers took part in a sponsored cycle ride, pedalling the equivalent of the 143 miles around Norfolk's boundary Picture: Chris Bishop

They were hoping to raise £800 for the project, at King’s Lynn Mind’s allotment at Lynnsport.

The work will include a fire pit, shelter and new seating on the award-winning plot.


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