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Can your business be a drop-off point for Break this Christmas?

PUBLISHED: 09:28 23 November 2018 | UPDATED: 10:32 23 November 2018

Customer services assistant Victoria Nicholls with some of the art materials heading for Break. Picture: The Nottingham, Fakenham

Customer services assistant Victoria Nicholls with some of the art materials heading for Break. Picture: The Nottingham, Fakenham

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A building society in Fakenham has become a drop-off point for the children’s charity, Break’s Christmas Arts and Crafts Appeal 2018.

The Nottingham’s branch on Bridge Street clubbed together to kick-start the collection in the form of two giant art sets - which in turn will be used by youngsters supported by Break to make decorations and cards for their families.

Assistant branch manager Claire Brown said: “At The Nottingham we absolutely support Break’s view that every child and young person deserves a home where they feel safe and loved. It very much fits with our ethos of everyone having a roof over their head.

“We hope that by taking a lead role in supporting this fantastic initiative we can help persuade other local businesses to be drop-off points too.”

Break offers a wide range of services including the provision of homes for looked-after children.


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