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Bingo players urged to support next fundraising event for cancer charity

Come along to charity bingo to support Dereham Cancer Care. Picture: ARCHANT LIBRARY

Come along to charity bingo to support Dereham Cancer Care. Picture: ARCHANT LIBRARY

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A charity in Dereham is inviting bingo players to help raise money for an important cause.

Dereham Cancer Care will be hosting its next fundraising bingo session tomorrow, Thursday October 4.

A spokesperson for the charity said: “Our bingo sessions are always held on the first Thursday of each month.

“Everyone is very welcome so bring your friends along and join in the fun and help us with our charity’s fundraising.

“All proceeds from this and all our fundraising events which, are run by our dedicated team of volunteers, will help our charity to support local people touched by cancer.”

The evening will take place at Dereham Town Football Club, at Aldiss Park off Norwich Road, and includes free entry and parking.

It is £6 for ten games with all cash prizes. There will also be a £3 flyer and raffle.

Doors open from 7.15pm with eyes down at 7.45pm.

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