Sheringham fair backs BREAK

A volunteer group which formed 10 years ago is hoping to add to its impressive fundraising total at a spring fair next month.The Friends of DayBreak, which support's north Norfolk charity Break's day-care services by holding coffee mornings, auctions and quizzes, has already collected �21,000 over the last decade.

A volunteer group which formed 10 years ago is hoping to add to its impressive fundraising total at a spring fair next month.

The Friends of DayBreak, which support's north Norfolk charity Break's day-care services by holding coffee mornings, auctions and quizzes, has already collected �21,000 over the last decade.

The volunteers hope to add to that at the fair on April 18 at St Andrews Methodist Church on Cromer Road, Sheringham.

Visitors will be able to contribute by buying cakes, books, CDs and more from the various stalls, or taking part in the tombola and raffle.


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The money raised will be used to buy equipment and organise events for the adults with learning difficulties who are supported by DayBreak.

The fair takes place between 9.30am and 1pm.

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Anyone who would like to donate bric-a-brac, books or tombola prizes for the event should take them to Break Head Office, Davidson House, Montague Road, Sheringham.

For more information about Break, visit www.break-charity.org.

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