King’s Lynn students provide double charity boost

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An group of West Norfolk teenagers have raised over £1000 for two charities as a way of giving back to their community through the National Citizen Service (NCS) programme, run by the College of West Anglia.

The team of 16, headed up by Susan Davis, helped the West Norfolk Deaf Association and Brambles Animal Sanctuary, raising £1032, to be split equally between the two organisations. Pictured above, from left, are : Susan Davis, Rohan Rastogi, Sophie Rose-Land, Jamie Bly, Kayleigh Venables, Kayleigh Faith Jones, Joe Addison and Tracey Winterbone.