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Walk to raise funds for domestic abuse charity

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A Norfolk councillor has organised a sponsored walk to raise funds for victims of domestic abuse, a local support group, and a Victorian mill.

The event has been organised by Jeremy Rowe, 56, of Loddon, to raise much-needed funds for ChetChat, a volunteer-run support group for the over 60s in need of help and support.

Jeremy Rowe has been raising much-needed funds for ChetChat. - Credit: SUPPLIED

The fundraiser will also raise money for Leeway’s domestic violence and abuse services and restored Victorian windmill Hardley Mill, situated on the banks of the River Yare.

Mr Rowe, South Norfolk councillor for Loddon and Chedgrave, explained why the support was vital.

He said: “We decided to put on this walk to help raise the profile of these groups and to remind people they are there if people need support.

“These groups are critical and make a decisive difference to the lives of people who use these services.

“I am proud to be able to be part of the great work going on. As a local councillor I........

© Eastern Daily Press

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