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AN EASTER TO REMEMBER ... IN MANY WAYS!
Following the sad news that BREAK Charity would not be having their 'Easter Bike Run' this year, BREAK would like to thank everyone who generously donated both chocolate and fresh Easter eggs to the children visiting the charity's holiday centres over the holiday period.
Sheringham Community Paper The Bike Run normally involves bikers from all over the region coming together on Easter Sunday to deliver Easter eggs to children at BREAK's Rainbow holiday centre in Sheringham, but was cancelled this year due to the police being deployed to other parts of the region on that day.

Sarah Bunn, Publicity Co-ordinator said; "We have been completely overwhelmed by the generosity of local people at this time. We were all very sad that the Bike Run would not be able to go ahead due to safety fears, as the children really enjoy seeing the bikes as much as the chocolate! In actual fact, as we knew the children would be really disappointed if no bikes turned up on Easter Sunday, Dave Thursby, 'Easter Bike Run' organiser, gathered a small group of bikers together and delivered the eggs we had donated to the children at the Rainbow centre on Easter Sunday.
The children were so excited to see the bikes and all got their pictures taken on or next to their favourite bike, so it turned out really well in the end. Once again thanks to Dave and the other bikers who came along, it was a lovely time for all of us."

BREAK would like to thank everyone that donated Easter eggs for the children at our centres into our Head Office (Sheringham) and our local charity shops. But we would particularly like to thank; * 'Kinnerton', Fakenham who donated a large number of eggs which were distributed to all BREAK's centres including the children's homes, family assessment unit and DayBreak, the day care unit for adults with learning disabilities * St Andrew's Methodist Church, Sheringham for donating fresh and chocolate eggs at their Easter Sunday Service * Members of The Tyneside Club, Sheringham who had a colection on behalf of BREAK and purchased eggs and donated funds to the charity for Easter activities * Radio Broadland's Thunder Girls who surprised the guests on Sunday at the Sandcastle holiday centre, Hunstanton with a large number of chocolate eggs. If you would like to know more about how you can support BREAK's vital work, then please call the Fundraising Team on 01263 822161.
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SHERINGHAM CARNIVAL
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OLD CARNIVAL ENTRY

Sheringham Community Paper This is an early entrant for the Sheringham Carnival Fancy Dress. It was sent to us by
L.R. a resident of Sheringham and it is of her daughter.

Her daughter will be coming to town for a visit shortly, won't she be surprised to see her photograph in the local rag?
BRIAN, SUE, CLIVE AND HILARY
WIN ELECTION LOTTERY

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Sheringham Community Paper
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