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Shot put star supports Yarmouth charity

PUBLISHED: 12:17 15 July 2009 | UPDATED: 14:24 03 July 2010

PARALYMPICS shot put star Danny Nobbs has thrown his weight behind a charity providing financial advice to disabled people.

The wheelchair-using 17-year-old, who competed at the Beijing Paralympics, has become a patron of Dial in Great Yarmouth, which handles 300 inquiries a month, including welfare benefit advice, debt management and finding disabled-friendly holiday accommodation.

PARALYMPICS shot put star Danny Nobbs has thrown his weight behind a charity providing financial advice to disabled people.

The wheelchair-using 17-year-old, who competed at the Beijing Paralympics, has become a patron of Dial in Great Yarmouth, which handles 300 inquiries a month, including welfare benefit advice, debt management and finding disabled-friendly holiday accommodation. He said: “Dial has offered a lifeline to people with disabilities for more than 20 years and it offers friendly, clear and constructive advice for those facing financial hardship.”

For information on Dial, which is based in George Street, call 01493 856900 or visit www.dial-greatyarmouth.org.uk


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