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Caravan park's £2k boost to West Norfolk Guide Dogs group




It may have been a difficult year for the tourism industry, but that hasn't stopped one West Norfolk holiday complex from helping others in need.

Staff and customers of the Snettisham Caravan Park have contributed more than £100,000 to a host of good causes over a period in excess of 20 years.

Now, the park's owners, John and Marilyn Roser, have handed over another £2,000 to the Lynn and district branch of the Guide Dogs charity.

John and Marilyn Roser, Gill Southgate and guide dog Yazmin. (42839181)
John and Marilyn Roser, Gill Southgate and guide dog Yazmin. (42839181)

The park's fundraising has previously helped with the training of puppies to act as guide dogs for people living with sight loss.

Group chairman Gill Southgate, who received the donation with guide dog Yazmin, thanked for the park for its "extremely generous" support.



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