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Pizza action raises cash for defib charging box




Amanda Prentice and her supporters doing a pizza eating challenge to fund a defibrilator at her daughter Lucy Bluett's school ANL-150331-154628001
Amanda Prentice and her supporters doing a pizza eating challenge to fund a defibrilator at her daughter Lucy Bluett's school ANL-150331-154628001

Eleven hungry competitors took on Amanda Prentice’s pizza eating challenge at Pizza Town in Bury St Edmunds last Sunday.

She is raising money to provide a box and charging electrics for a defibrillator donated by East of England Ambulance Trust to Sebert Wood Primary School where he daughter Lucy Bluett, who has a heart condition, is a pupil.

The winners were the team of Katrianna Smith, Yasmin Harrold, Erin Kendall and Oscar Kendall. The effort prize went to Max Milton



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