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Redgrave sisters once again collect items to help the homeless




Building on their success from last year, two sisters from Redgrave are once again collecting items to help the homeless this Christmas.

Armani and Sydney Evans-Reeve, aged 11 and six, were blown away by the amount of donations received last year, enabling them to support various Norfolk charities.

After the duo witnessed a homeless man eating from a bin in Diss a couple of months ago, they were even more determined to help those who are less fortunate.

Sydney and Armani Evans-Reeve are collecting items for the homeless. Picture by Mecha Morton.
Sydney and Armani Evans-Reeve are collecting items for the homeless. Picture by Mecha Morton.

Mum Kristy said: “I am proud of them. I like the fact that they think about other people and not just themselves.”

Anyone wishing to donate to their cause can drop off items such as toiletries, scarves, gloves and hats at Kristy’s transit van or silver Audi A6 at Tesco’s car park in Diss on Saturday, December 8, from 1pm to 2pm.

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This year, they are also collecting new toys and mittens for the neonatal intensive care unit in Norwich.


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