If you may not be aware yet, the Hamlet Trust has recently been raising money for their charity in various ways. So far they have done a mountain climb on Snowdon in Wales and a sponsored walk from the Hamlet Centre to the St Raphael Club which helped them to raise lots of money.
The Hamlet Centre Trust is for children and young people with disabilities (physical/ sensory) who live in Norwich and Norfolk. They provide recreational, educational, social and vocational opportunities backed up by high quality care.
Luckily, they have now won the Aviva/EDP Community Chest competition! The Norwich City footballers will wear the Hamlet Centre logo on their shirts for the game against Leeds on Saturday 20th November.
This time they are now trying to raise money by arranging an auction at Trafford Arms on the 13th November which starts at 8pm. Just a few of the items which have been graciously donated for the auction, is a signed Trisha merchandise pack, a John Thaxton painting with some personal training vouchers and a signed Bryan Gunn book with team shirts. To find out what else will be on auction, click here
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