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Lego walk for Bury St Edmunds charity




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A total of 250 people dared to walk barefoot across lego bricks in Bury St Edmunds’ arc shopping centre on August 29.

The ‘lego fire walk’ raised £660 for Henry’s Holiday Help, a local charity established by Katie and Philip Dalgoutte which provides support to families with children who have been diagnosed with cancer.

A Lego Walk organised by Henry's Holiday Help in the Arc in Bury St Edmunds. Picture of James Daly (3) doing the Lego walk. ANL-150830-205703009
A Lego Walk organised by Henry's Holiday Help in the Arc in Bury St Edmunds. Picture of James Daly (3) doing the Lego walk. ANL-150830-205703009


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