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Lynn solicitors' firm backs appeal for Easter treats for West Norfolk youngsters


By Julie Graham, Business Editor


The Lynn office of solicitors Ward Gethin Archer backed an appeal which provided Easter treats for West Norfolk youngsters.

Staff at Ward Gethin Archer’s Tuesday Market Place office held a bake sale to raise funds for KL.FM’s Easter Egg Appeal.

The morning of the bake sale last week began with a visit from KL.FM’s news editor Chris Craddock and presenter Simon Rowe.

Director and family law solicitor Sarah Fairbrother and managing director Chris Dewey (9008026)
Director and family law solicitor Sarah Fairbrother and managing director Chris Dewey (9008026)

Ward Gethin Archer staff baked tasty sweet and savoury treats to raise funds to buy eggs for the appeal. Staff also donated Easter eggs and held a raffle to win an Easter bunny cake. The sum of £116 was raised, which when combined with the donated eggs, meant that over 190 Easter eggs in total were donated to KL.FM’s appeal.

The appeal collects Easter eggs for children who otherwise would not receive one.

Director and family law solicitor Sarah Fairbrother, said: “We were delighted to support the appeal. It was lovely to know that Easter was a bit more special for children across West Norfolk.”



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