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PUBLISHED: 17:46 23 July 2009 | UPDATED: 14:29 03 July 2010

I WOULD like to thank all the staff on ward 12 at the James Paget University Hospital who cared for Pat Colby during her long stay in hospital.

PAT RAYNOR

Durham



I would like to thank all the people who sponsored me after completing the Fritton Lake triathlon sprint in aid of CLIC Sargent, for children with cancer.

I WOULD like to thank all the staff on ward 12 at the James Paget University Hospital who cared for Pat Colby during her long stay in hospital.

PAT RAYNOR

Durham

I would like to thank all the people who sponsored me after completing the Fritton Lake triathlon sprint in aid of CLIC Sargent, for children with cancer. I raised £110.

Joseph Hague

Nelson Road

Great Yarmouth

ON behalf of the Breast Cancer Campaign Norwich Group we would like to thank Great Yarmouth Racecourse for allowing us to make a collection at the Rhythm and Rock Ladies Night. We would like to thank them for all their assistance throughout the evening and for the generosity in donations which realised £1103.58. Once again thank you everyone for your donations.

Teresa Stannard

Breast Cancer Campaign Norwich Group

A big thank you to the wonderful audience who sat throughout the gusting winds, rain, and occasional sunshine at our gig at the Gorleston Bandstand on Sunday. Despite at times nearly being blown away and getting wet Out of the Ashes band just carried on. By the second number we had the audience dancing - from tots to seniors and the obvious enjoyment made it all worthwhile and that is what the bandstand is all about! Thank you Gorleston!

Mary Baker of Out of the Ashes Band

Hopton


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