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£1,000 for two Norfolk community organisations

PUBLISHED: 07:25 13 April 2018 | UPDATED: 07:25 13 April 2018

Persimmon Homes Anglia sales manager Jorden Knell (centre) with Brian Wright and Rev Linda Turner of Martham War Memorial Village Hall trust. Picture provided by Permission Homes Anglia.

Persimmon Homes Anglia sales manager Jorden Knell (centre) with Brian Wright and Rev Linda Turner of Martham War Memorial Village Hall trust. Picture provided by Permission Homes Anglia.

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Two Norfolk organisations are celebrating a £1,000 funding boost thanks to a leading house builder.

Persimmon Homes Anglia managing director Andrew Fuller with Victoria Pigg of Star Throwers. Picture provided by Permission Homes Anglia.Persimmon Homes Anglia managing director Andrew Fuller with Victoria Pigg of Star Throwers. Picture provided by Permission Homes Anglia.

Martham War Memorial Village Hall and Wymondham-based Star Throwers are the latest recipients of the Persimmon Homes Anglia Community Champions programme.

Martham Village Hall provides a vital venue for neighbourhood clubs, groups and events and Star Throwers is a lifeline for those battling cancer.

Permission Homes’ national match-funding initiative aims to assist local groups and charities working to improve the quality of life or environment for local people.

The scheme invites groups and charities to bid for money from a £750,000 national fund, with two donations of up to £1,000 being made locally each month.

Organisations can apply for match funding by completing an online form at www.persimmonhomes.com/charity

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