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Newark-based Children’s Bereavement Centre thanks lockdown legends




Lockdown legends have been thanked for their support by the Children’s Bereavement Centre.

The Newark-based charity said many people had come up with imaginative ideas to raise money after the coronavirus lockdown and social distancing led to more usual fundraisers being cancelled.

Craig Twiner took on the challenge of the Big Chop, before and after, for the Children's Bereavement Centre, Newark. (37128970)
Craig Twiner took on the challenge of the Big Chop, before and after, for the Children's Bereavement Centre, Newark. (37128970)

Rachel Wilson, the centre’s fundraising manager, said: “Words cannot express how much we appreciate, not only what our Lockdown Legends have done to raise money for us, but also to all of the people that sponsored them. Particularly as we appreciate that financial support is difficult for so many people at the moment.


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