Lowestoft police station boost campaign
GREAT Ormond Street Hospital's 'Hearts for Kids' campaign is �300 better off after fundraising at Lowestoft police station.The latest charity fundraising cheque was recently handed over by PC Malcolm Leggett outside the Jug and Bottle in St Margarets Road.
GREAT Ormond Street Hospital's 'Hearts for Kids' campaign is �300 better off after fundraising at Lowestoft police station.
The latest charity fundraising cheque was recently handed over by PC Malcolm Leggett outside the Jug and Bottle in St Margarets Road.
The cheque was handed to Colin Pammen from the Jug & Bottle and Sam Davy - who had a heart operation at Great Ormond Street.
Colin has supported fundraising efforts at the police station and is also planning other fundraising events to raise money for the Hospital who have been involved in treating Sam and other members of his family.
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The cash was collected from contributions from police officers and police staff based at Lowestoft over recent months and Great Ormond Street is the latest charity/organisation to receive a �300 cheque as a result of these efforts.
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