Thousands raised for cancer charity at coffee morning and 1940s evening
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Enthusiastic fundraisers at Woodlands Caravan Park Upper Sheringham have come together to give a worthy cause a very welcome boost.
The venue hosted a coffee morning on Saturday, September 15 to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support.
There was also a raffle and the fundraiser concluded with an evening of 1940s-themed fun.
The event, which has become an annual affair having first been staged in September 2015, raised £2,260 for the charity, which brings the running total up to £9,986.
Bridget Mayes organised the coffee morning with a team of helpers and Peter Sanderson and others put together the 1940s night, with Julie Butt selling raffle tickets.
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Macmillan Cancer Support's north Norfolk committee thanked everyone involved for their support.
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