Project thrilled with £500

Carl Lamb, managing director of Almary Green, with Sam Boxal, Barbara Bysouth, Tim Lovejoy and Corinne Brindle from Fulmerston Family and Community Project
Carl Lamb, managing director of Almary Green, with Sam Boxal, Barbara Bysouth, Tim Lovejoy and Corinne Brindle from Fulmerston Family and Community Project
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A COMMUNITY project in one of Thetford’s most deprived estates has received a cash boost.

Fulmerston Family and Community Project, which works on the Barnham Cross Estate, has been given £500 by Almary Green Investments to mark the Norwich-based financial adviser’s tenth anniversary.

Barbara Bysouth, family project manager for the community project, said the group was ‘over the moon’ to get the money.

“Our special activities fund was down to its last £50. The really lovely thing is that the gift comes from a local donor showing support for the local community,” she said.

The grant was part of a £10,000 fund set aside by Carl Lamb, managing director of Almary Green, for charities and community causes.