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Charities need public support to win £3,000
FOUR good causes are vying for public support to win £3,000.
The Lloyds Bank Community Fund is offering the grant to whichever wins a public vote.
In Durham, the four in the running are St Cuthbert’s Hospice, the Heel and Toe children’s charity, Durham City Centre Youth Project and Durham City Amateur Swimming and Water Polo Club.
Today (Friday, October 11), Heel and Toe staff were in the Lloyds branch in Durham Market Place to drum up support.
For more information, visit communityfund.lloydsbank.com
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