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Gorleston children's jeans for genes day

PUBLISHED: 19:58 09 October 2009 | UPDATED: 15:16 03 July 2010

Herman Primary children help children with genetic disorders

Herman Primary children help children with genetic disorders

CHILDREN from Herman Primary School in Gorleston went to school wearing their jeans and made a donation to support the Jeans for Genes Day. The money raised, over £130, will help to make life a little easier for children affected by genetic disorders.

CHILDREN from Herman Primary School in Gorleston went to school wearing their jeans and made a donation to support the Jeans for Genes Day. The money raised, over £130, will help to make life a little easier for children affected by genetic disorders. Money is spent on funding day to day care, support and respite for the children and research into the causes and cures of genetic disorders.

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