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Fun run in Norwich’s Chapelfield Gardens raises funds for NANSA

PUBLISHED: 06:30 11 September 2012

The NANSA and Police Youth Panel team that raised £300 from a fun run in Chapelfield Gardens in Norwich on Saturday, September 1.

The NANSA and Police Youth Panel team that raised £300 from a fun run in Chapelfield Gardens in Norwich on Saturday, September 1.

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Wonder Woman, a witch and a Viking were among an eclectic mix of characters taking part in a charity fun run in a city park.

The fun run at Chapelfield Gardens in Norwich on Saturday, September 1 was organised by NANSA (Norfolk and Norwich Scope Association) and the Police Youth Panel to raise funds for NANSA’s youth service for 18 to 25 year olds with physical or learning disabilities.

Dressed in fancy dress, each of the runners did 20 laps of the park and in total they raised about £300.

NANSA offers services and support for Norfolk children, teenagers and adults with disabilities.

The Police Youth Panel are a group of 15 young people from across Norfolk who meet up with the the police and other organisations to discuss projects and issues affecting young people. Young people wanting to get involved should find the panel on Facebook.


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