EACH receives another £1,693.23 towards the nook appeal

EACH receives another £1,693.23 towards the nook appeal

Mar 13, 2019

EACH has received the proceeds from another fundraising drive by BP M&S across Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridgeshire. 

In May last year, staff and shoppers in Norwich, Dereham, Newmarket, Attleborough, Acle, Thetford, Bury St Edmunds and Whittlesford took part in and organised various activities to raise £5,585.71 for the nook appeal.

There was a similar weekend of action in December, with some staff also taking part in our Norwich Santa Run. Their fundraising was boosted by taking part in Christmas Jumper Day, too.

At the filling station in Norwich’s Mousehold Lane a Star Wars club helped with collections, whilst there was live music and face painting for children.

Ray Mills, Store Manager, says: “This weekend was again about the staff and customers having festive fun whilst raising much-needed money for and awareness of the nook appeal.”

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