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Burnham Market walk for Rudhams Preschool Playgroup, King’s Lynn Springwood High School and Macmillan Cancer Fund





All Our Yesterdays July 11: Sweet charity part two

July 1999: A marathon walk of 26 miles along country roads from the Rudhams to Burnham Market and back raised more than £500 for the Rudhams Preschool Playgroup.

The organiser, Angela Meyern, is pictured on the left holding playgroup pupil Ellie Thompson, and is joined by some of the walkers. Photo: MLNF-99073424

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July 1999: These members of the after-school drama club at Springwood High School, Lynn, raised £110 for the Macmillan Cancer Fund appeal with their production of Dear Trisha.

They are pictured with local appeal organiser Pam Carter (front centre) and drama teacher Sally Hill (right).

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July 2001: A dream of providing a home from home for West Norfolk cancer patients came true with the opening of the new Macmillan Care and Treatment Centre at Lynn’s QEH.

Lynn News deputy news editor Tricia Nurse, who ran the Million for the Millennium appeal for the newspaper is joined by members of the West Norfolk Macmillan fundraising committee from left, chairman Pam Carter, Pam Douglas, treasurer Peter Harris, Gloria Fenton, Caroline Adams, Marie Jackson and Anne Dewar.

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July 1999: The sun came out and everyone went quackers at Castle Acre as 300-plus ducks and a few humans took to the water for the second National Childbirth Trust duck race on the River Nar.

NCT branch treasurer Amanda Evans (left) and co-chairman Clare Nicholson prepare to tip the ducks from the Jubilee Bridge.

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July 2013: Alix Birks, of South Wootton, a leader at East Winch Tums to Tots parent and toddler group is pictured receiving an award for her commitment and work on behalf of the National Childbirth Trust.

It was presented by the charity’s regional co-ordinator, Geraldine Edgington, who pointed out that Alix, and others, had worked hard to re-establish the NCT branch in West Norfolk.

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