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Charity funday at Southtown a success

PUBLISHED: 11:36 19 May 2010 | UPDATED: 17:48 30 June 2010

A FREE community fun event in Southtown organised by event management students raised more than £300 for Help an East Coast Child.

The day of activities, information and advice at the Kings Centre, Queen Anne's Road was staged by students on the new events management foundation degree at UCS Great Yarmouth as part of their course.

A FREE community fun event in Southtown organised by event management students raised more than £300 for Help an East Coast Child.

The day of activities, information and advice at the Kings Centre, Queen Anne's Road was staged by students on the new events management foundation degree at UCS Great Yarmouth as part of their course.

W.R.A.P - Work, Rest and Play - was organised by students Tracey Souter, Neil Morris, Donna Sones and Sophie Crow and focused on family fun and information and advice about opportunities in the area.

Tutor Judy Marsden said: “The event went really well and the students were pleased. ”

A full-time events management FdA starts in September .To find out more about the course contact Judy Marsden on 01493 419233.


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