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Elveden school raises hundreds for charity

PUBLISHED: 10:00 15 November 2009 | UPDATED: 21:46 07 July 2010

A SUFFOLK school with just 46 children has raised hundreds of pounds towards their learning.

A SUFFOLK school with just 46 children has raised hundreds of pounds towards their learning.

Governors of Elveden Primary School held a Pampered Chef evening with demonstrations of vegetable lasagne and a pecan dessert.

Members of the audience were invited to help prepare the food and a sample of both was given to everybody to try.

There was also a grand raffle with winners able to chose from donated prizes or a voucher.

Chairman of governors, Sarah Rodwell, said £550 was raised and added: “We were overwhelmed by the generous support from local businesses which heard about Elveden and wanted to help.

“We are a small school and are so pleased such a big event could be a success. We are so grateful for the support shown.”

Elveden would like to thank the following companies for showing their support:

Elveden Estate Shops and Bistro

Jeyes Limited

Centre Parcs

Jazzy Ds Salon

Ds Beauty

Table Table and Premier Inn

The Bell Hotel

The Dolphin Inn

The Thetford Forest Florist

Lilyo

Mr Gs Bowling

Keith Mindham Photography

Berties Crafts

Brandon Country Park

The Beaded Garden

High Lodge Forest Centre

Breckland Leisure Centre

Mildenhall Sports Centre

Mc Donalds

Craft Cabin

Bunches and Bows

Monsters

The Proper Meat Company

Thetford Golf Club and Pro Golf Shop

The Coffee Shop Brandon

Maureen's Florist

MeatMarket

Wilkinsons


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