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Swaffham students spread some joy to vulnerable residents through team effort




Students at a market town secondary school have been taking the time to brighten up lockdown for vulnerable residents in isolation.

After an initial idea was thought up by Swaffham town councillor Judy Anscombe, the Nicholas Hamond Academy has teamed up with the town council and the Swaffham Emergency Action Group for a well-being project.

Entitled the 'Hope, Happiness and Thanks' project, the students have been making posters showing what has made them feel happy at this time of crisis.


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