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Norwich nurses raise cash for Haiti

PUBLISHED: 15:40 29 January 2010 | UPDATED: 07:48 02 July 2010

Dan Grimmer

An event held by two Norfolk nurses to raise money for the stricken people of Haiti raised more than £600.

Nurses Brenda Davison and Sandra Unwin ran a day-long stall in Haymarket on Thursday and invited people to bring unwanted Christmas presents, toys and books.

An event held by two Norfolk nurses to raise money for the stricken people of Haiti raised more than £600.

Nurses Brenda Davison and Sandra Unwin ran a day-long stall in Haymarket on Thursday and invited people to bring unwanted Christmas presents, toys and books.

The £620 raised will go to Christian Aid's efforts in Haiti and there will another event next month to help the earthquake relief effort.

A coffee morning with cake stall, jewellery and bric-a-brac stalls will be held at Bowthorpe church on February 12 from 10am to 12pm.

For more information call Mrs Unwin on 01603 403151 or Mrs Davison on 01508 471567. To donate to the Disasters Emergency Committee visit www.dec.org.uk


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