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Goole Mayor breaks local fundraising record for CLIC Sargent

Keith Moore, Goole Town Mayor for 2011/12, has raised the most money ever to be raised for the Mayor’s chosen charities in Goole.
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Gortamlet Primary School take on a 10 mile challenge

A cheque for £5,374 was recently presented to CLIC Sargent by staff at Cortamlet Primary School who took part in a 10 mile sponsored walk.
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Marks & Spencer, Abbeycentre support CLIC Sargent

On the 22 June 2012 staff at Marks & Spencer, Abbeycentre announced the launch of a new partnership with CLIC Sargent. The staff and management have set an ambitious target and hope to raise £10,000 for the charity’s Homes from Home appeal. 
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Nanny agency's new insurance policy to raise funds for CLIC Sargent

Nanny agency Enchanted Childcare is raising funds for CLIC Sargent by donating £1 for every policy sold as part of an insurance service which launches tomorrow.
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Formula 1 Lotus leads the field at the Grand Prix Ball

A Formula 1 car driven by Lotus F1 team member Jerome D’Ambrosio will open this year’s Grand Prix Ball, the glittering annual event which raises funds for CLIC Sargent.
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Marwyn School of Dance raises £15,500 for CLIC Sargent

The Marwyn School of Dance pupils once again took to the stage of the Spa Pavillion, Felixstowe in support of CLIC Sargent.

Bury St. Edmunds Admin Angels support CLIC Sargent

One of the hidden gems of Bury St Edmunds is the Bury St Edmunds Volunteer Centre Admin Angels.
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Irish Open raises grand total of £100,000 for CLIC Sargent Northern Ireland

CLIC Sargent will benefit to the tune of £100,000 from the record-breaking 2012 Irish Open at Royal Portrush Golf Club last week.
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CLIC Sargent's UK Fundraising Manager claims top prize at industry awards ceremony

CLIC Sargent UK Fundraising Manager Toni Henderson has scooped the top prize at the Institute of Fundraising’s National Awards, held annually to recognise excellence in the industry.
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Daredevils abseil down Freeman Hospital

Sunday 24 June saw 56 brave daredevils abseil 100 feet down the Freeman Hospital in Newcastle in aid of CLIC Sargent. Once all the money is collected the event looks set to raise a fantastic £10,000.

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