£2,000 for brain injury charity

Hand over of a cheque for �2,000 from the Caledonian Society to West Suffolk Headway at the West Wing''Pictured: Iain MacDonaold (Caladonian Society), Keith Inns (Member of Headway), Dave Taylor (Manager at Headway), David Crane (Office Manager at Headway) and Fran Beeton (Chairman of the Caladonian Society)
Hand over of a cheque for �2,000 from the Caledonian Society to West Suffolk Headway at the West Wing''Pictured: Iain MacDonaold (Caladonian Society), Keith Inns (Member of Headway), Dave Taylor (Manager at Headway), David Crane (Office Manager at Headway) and Fran Beeton (Chairman of the Caladonian Society)
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The Bury St Edmunds Caledonian Society has presented £2,000 to a vital charity which supports people with an acquired brain injury.

The group whipped up the money for West Suffolk Headway, based in Northgate Street, Bury, through its annual Burns Night held for the first time this year at Ickworth House.

David Crane, office manager at the charity, said they must raise about £25,000 a year to help fund specialist tutors for members.

Visit www.wsheadway.com for more information about the charity.