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Supermarkets raise almost £1,000 for Norfolk charity

PUBLISHED: 11:43 06 March 2018 | UPDATED: 11:43 06 March 2018

An NNAB hub in Great Yarmouth. Photo: Archant

An NNAB hub in Great Yarmouth. Photo: Archant

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A Norfolk charity has received almost £1,000 this month in collections made by supermarkets across the county.

Users of the NNAB in Hall Quay, Great Yarmouth. Photo: George RyanUsers of the NNAB in Hall Quay, Great Yarmouth. Photo: George Ryan

Collections in aid of The Norfolk and Norwich Association for the Blind (NNAB) reached a total of £993.34.

The seperate amounts raised this January, without deductions, are as follows:

Roys Bowthorpe raised £278.46;

Sainsbury’s Queens Road raised £220.53;

Sainsbury’s Pound Land raised £170.10;

Tesco Gaywood Kings Lynn raised £150.34;

Roys Magdalen Street raised £97.31;

Morrisons Dereham raised £73.60.

NNAB is one of Norfolk’s oldest charities.

Its mission is to help Norfolk’s 20,000 people with poor sight remain independent and confident.

To donate money online, visit: www.nnab.org.uk/donate


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