West Suffolk Crematorium’s metal recycling scheme raises nearly £2,500 for charity

Royna Hill, West Suffolk Crematorium Manager hands a cheque for ?1,000 to Nick Duncan, St Nicholas Hospice Care Legacy Officer; and Yvonne Holman, Hospice Family Support Social Worker ANL-150404-140746001
Royna Hill, West Suffolk Crematorium Manager hands a cheque for ?1,000 to Nick Duncan, St Nicholas Hospice Care Legacy Officer; and Yvonne Holman, Hospice Family Support Social Worker ANL-150404-140746001
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West Suffolk Crematorium has donated nearly £2,500 raised through its annual metal recycling initiative to three local charities.

They have given £1,000 to the West Suffolk branch of the Samaritans and £484 to HCPT Group 86, which is a local group taking disabled youngsters to Lourdes.

Meanwhile, the other £1,000 has gone to St Nicholas Hospice Care scheme Nicky’s Way, which works with children and young people aged five to 18 in West Suffolk and South Norfolk who have experienced the death of someone close to them.

Royna Hill, manager of West Suffolk Crematorium, said: “We try to help charities which are in some way related to bereavement and we like to help children.”