Volunteers with north Norfolk charity presented with long service awards.
Volunteers with a north Norfolk charity have been presented with awards for long service.
The awards, for volunteers with Break in Holt, were given out at a lunch at The Feathers Hotel based in the town, by Sue Billings, manager of the Break charity shop in High Street, Holt.
Awards were presented to Thelma Torr for five years volunteering and Mary Jennings for three years.
Another volunteer, Susan Mullan also received an award for three years volunteering but was unable to attend the lunch.
Thelma volunteers on Tuesday and Thursday mornings and is responsible for the book section.
She said: 'Working at Break gives structure to my week, I enjoy the company and the opportunity to meet new people. It is also good fun'.
Mary volunteers on a Saturday morning and does a little bit of everything, from sorting clothes to serving customers.
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Ten volunteers attended the lunch where as well as presenting the awards, Sue thanked the volunteers for all their hard work and commitment.
She said, 'The shop has had a very good year and this would not have been possible without the dedication of every volunteer who gives their time to give something back'.