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Vet's last charity sale for Ghurka welfare Trust

PUBLISHED: 17:52 20 October 2009 | UPDATED: 15:24 07 July 2010

A war veteran who has raised thousands of pounds for the Ghurka Welfare Trust for 15 years is holding his last annual sale in Reepham this weekend.

Ken Harman, of The Moor, is 87 and says he must give up organising the annual sale.

A war veteran who has raised thousands of pounds for the Ghurka Welfare Trust for 15 years is holding his last annual sale in Reepham this weekend.

Ken Harman, of The Moor, is 87 and says he must give up organising the annual sale.

His father served in the first world war and was pulled to safety across no man's land by a Ghurka who he was never able to thank.

It will be held in the Brewery House Hotel conference room on Saturday and Sunday from 10am to 4pm both days.

There will be lots for sale and refreshments available.

To read more about Mr Harman and his charity work read next week's Dereham Times.


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