Belton charity fundraisers share out £3,000

PUBLISHED: 21:27 25 April 2014 | UPDATED: 21:27 25 April 2014

Belton Community Fundraisers

Belton Community Fundraisers


Belton Charity Fundraisers celebrated success when they shared out £3,000 raised in 2013 to nine local organisations.

Chairman Jack Fuller, pictured with wife Wilma, Brian and Gloria Swan and Maureen Boreham of the Fundraisers with the groups who benefited, presented four cheques of £500 and five each of £200.

Beneficiaries were the John Green Institute, Burgh Castle Church Restoration Fund, First Belton Scouts, East Anglian Air Ambulance, Belton FC, Belton Church Youth Group, Belton with Browston Parish Council for the mini trampoline at Bell Lane, Great Yarmouth Stroke Group and Scotties Little Soldiers.

Money was raised at coffee mornings, car boots and quiz nights.

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