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West Norfolk Woman Up For Pride Of Britain Award

West Norfolk Woman Up For Pride Of Britain Award

Published by KLFM
2:35pm 6th October 2014.

The founder of a West Norfolk charity is in the running for a Pride of Britain Award tonight

Nikki Scott lost her husband in Afghanistan in 2009.

Since then she's raised over a million pounds to build holiday challets for family holidays for bereaved service families.

More than 100 children have benefited so far.

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