Daffodils raise pounds for charity across North Norfolk
A Sheringham-based charity is encouraging people to take part in its fundraising week.
Break charity is selling bunches of daffodils in the Aylsham, Cromer, Holt and Sheringham, charity shops all this week, ending on Saturday, March 26.
The daffodils are Norfolk grown on The Stody Estate and have been supplied to Break by estate manager, Ross Haddow.
They are �1 per bunch, with a minimum of 50p going direct to Break, providing holidays and short breaks for children, adults and families with complex care needs.
Contact details for the shops can be found via www.break-charity.org.
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