Thorpe St Andrew supermarket to raise money for Beat charity
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A supermarket in Thorpe St Andrew is to raise money for a eating disorder charity this year.
Sainsbury's, on Pound Lane, has announced it will be supporting Beat to help fund the charity's helpline and services.
Beat held a fundraising and awareness weekend at the store over the weekend of August 4.
The Pound Lane store has had great success in supporting previous local charities and last year raised £2,627 for the East Anglia Children Hospice (EACH).
EACH used the money in support of their new proposed premises for their The Nook Appeal.
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Andrea Auburn, community fundraising officer from Beat said: 'We know the success that the local charity partnership has brought to many charities, so when we received the recent phone-call to tell us the news, we were thrilled.
'The exposure and support is going to be massively beneficial to our charity.'
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