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Students’ Christmas stall raises cash for cat charity

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Students with learning difficulties raised more than £80 for an animal charity after holding a Christmas market stall.

The Move into Work students at West Suffolk College donated the money to Cats Protection which will be used towards an electricity supply for a new cat pen to be erected in Thetford.

The cash was accepted by Alison Lardner, a volunteer with the Breckland branch of the charity.

Organising the stall formed part of the students’ Employability ASDAN qualification - Introduction to Working with Others.

 

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