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Thetford staff get pretty in pink




Thetford town crier, Mike Wabe and Specsavers staff helped raised �405 for Breast Cancer Care last month
Thetford town crier, Mike Wabe and Specsavers staff helped raised �405 for Breast Cancer Care last month

Thetford’s town crier, Mike Wabe has joined forces with Specsavers in Riverside Walk to call on the community to dig deep for Breast Cancer Care.

Staff became pretty in pink and sold homemade pink cupcakes and breast cancer awareness pins outside the store on July 15, raising £405. They also held a raffle in the run-up to the event, with 22 prize donations from staff and local businesses.

Paul Clark, store director, said: “It was an extremely successful day, exceeding our expectations.”



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