Bridge boosts church organ
THE local community has risen to the occasion to raise money for the ailing organ in Great Yarmouth's St Nicholas' Church.Jill and Andrew Norris held a lunch and bridge tournament at their home kast week with 14 teams entering and raising �345.
THE local community has risen to the occasion to raise money for the ailing organ in Great Yarmouth's St Nicholas' Church.
Jill and Andrew Norris held a lunch and bridge tournament at their home kast week with 14 teams entering and raising �345.
Winners were Ella Mitchell and Janet Dillon and runners-up Richard Storer and Chris Lock.
A spokesman for the St Nicholas Church preservation Trust said: “The day was much enjoyed by all and there were many requests for the event to be repeated. We are grateful to the effort that Jill and Andrew Norris made.”
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The next trust event is a talk by Ernie Childs on Yarmouth through the Potteries, at the Kensington Hotel, North Drive on Friday, April 23 at 7.30pm. Tickets priced at �10 including fish or chicken and chips from 01493 843647.
Recent donations to the Organ and Fabric Fund have come from: Carol Christmas, Trudi and Colin Fenn, Jean Crook, Fitness 2000, St Nicholas Church bellringers, Richard Childerhouse, Gerard F Thomas in memory of Jeffery Victor Snowling, Arthur Jary and Sons, Bluelimit Surveys, Alan and Jean Morris and Gorleston Probus Club.
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