EACH has received hundreds of pounds from Manor House Dental Surgery, in Long Stratton, courtesy of a very unusual fundraising method.
The surgery sends off old crowns and bridges to be melted down, receiving a cheque after the precious metals are sold.
Staff at Manor House have decided they want a variety of charities to benefit and a new one will be chosen biannually.
EACH is the first to benefit, with between 50 and 75 old crowns and bridges bringing in £300.
Mike Hatton, EACH Norfolk Corporate Fundraising Assistant, said: “This is, perhaps, the most original way of fundraising I’ve come across! It was great to meet the team at the surgery recently, as well as the tooth fairies! We really appreciate their support.”