Charity auction by north Norfolk woman

A charity auction of two tickets for a top West End show has raised nearly �100.

The auction was organised by Liz Smith, 58, from Mundesley, who is a volunteer fundraiser for Action for ME, along with her sister, Helen Buckenham and mum, Anne Reynolds, 87, both from Dersingham near King's Lynn. The trio, who have managed to raise more than �20,000 for Action for ME since they first started fundraising about 16 years ago, became involved with the charity because of Helen, 56, who was diagnosed with ME, aged 38.

The latest item was from Adam Spiegel Productions who offered two top-price tickets to the West End show, Love Story.

Actor and singer Michael Xavier, who is one of the patrons of the charity and takes the lead in the show, will also meet the winner and guest after the show.


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