Judy Biggie of NANSA writes:
I told Mary Carden about a Remembrance display board that our members had worked on at the Adult Centre and how proud they were and she suggested we make one for Brisley Church. Our members were very keen to make extra poppies and write some words to put on a display. Everyone worked really hard to make the extra poppies, including purple poppies to remember animals lost in conflict.
NANSA (Norfolk and Norwich Special Educational Needs and Disability) support adults and families with babies and young children with severe needs across the county of Norfolk. They have remained open during Lockdown number 2- so as to allow our members to access our activities to help with their wellbeing.
If you wish to make a donation to NANSA please go to Nansa.org.uk/fundraising
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