Sprowston youth support group seeking volunteers for dementia fundraiser
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A youth community support group is holding a special event at St Cuthbert's Church to raise money for people living with dementia.
The 1940/50s-themed tea dance is being organised by the Sprowston Youth Engagement Project (SYEP) and takes place on August 10 from 10am to 2pm.
SYEP's founder, Clare Lincoln, said the event was a joint effort between the charity and the Sprowston Dementia Friendly Community.
It aims to raise money for those living with dementia locally.
Mrs Lincoln is now appealing to anyone who is able to offer their time as a volunteer or donate gifts for the raffle.
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Organisers are also seeking spare bunting, tea sets, flowers, cakes and 1940/50s decorations.
The SYEP, founded in 2012, supports young people aged between 13 to 18.
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For more information about the organisation, visit www.syep.co.uk or email firstname.lastname@example.org