Rosedale Funeral Home celebrates its tenth anniversary by taking to the skies
- Credit: Eastern Daily Press © 2015
A funeral home is celebrating its tenth anniversary by offering 10 people the chance to take to the skies over Norfolk.
Rosedale Funeral Home, in Wymondham is celebrating a decade of being in business by offering ten deserving members of the community a free hour long flight over the county.
The director of the business, Simon Beckett-Allen said: 'We wanted to do something special and a little different to celebrate our anniversary.'
Asking for people to nominate someone they believe deserves a special treat Mr Beckett-Allen said: 'Perhaps someone who has supported others, a committed fund raiser or volunteer or just someone who deserves a reward.'
To nominate someone, email Pippa at firstname.lastname@example.org along with 50 words explaining why you think your nominee deserves to be one of the lucky ten flyers. Nominations close at midnight on June 15.
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The winners of the flights will be announced on the company's website and facebook page.
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