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Double delight in Dickleburgh

Dickleburgh, Norfolk. CHeque presentation for money raise by holding the Fifty Christmas trees in a CHurch at Dickleburgh Primary School to Marie Curie Cancer Care pictured with cheques are Rev'd Norman Steer, Paul FLeet (Marie Curie Cancer Care) and Rosemary Steer

Dickleburgh, Norfolk. CHeque presentation for money raise by holding the Fifty Christmas trees in a CHurch at Dickleburgh Primary School to Marie Curie Cancer Care pictured with cheques are Rev'd Norman Steer, Paul FLeet (Marie Curie Cancer Care) and Rosemary Steer

Organisers of Dickleburgh’s 50 Christmas Trees in a church festival have presented a cheque for £3,000 to Marie Curie Cancer Care. Chosen as the festival’s charity for 2013, funds were raised through admission and bucket collections.

Reverend Norman Steer, 50 Christmas Trees event organiser, who has retired from the role after 10 years, was the winner of the Inspiring Achievement Award at South Norfolk Council Community Volunteer Awards on Friday.

Receiving a cheque for his nominated charity, Marie Curie Cancer Care, which was also presented on Monday.

Paul Fleet, community fundraiser for Marie Curie Cancer Care said: “I would like to thank everyone involved in raising such a fantastic sum.”

 

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