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Making sure more unpaid volunteers get this support


Published by Chris Craddock at 5:02am 16th May 2018.

It means West Norfolk children like Chloe can keep on getting this vital support.

KLFM is following James Bagge's 1,500 mile sponsored walk for Norfolk's unpaid volunteers and those it's helping.

He' approaching the 500 mile mark and has come across a new challenge.


The former High Sheriff of Norfolk is now nearly halfway to his £60,000 target as well.

During his time in office - James saw the huge difference people like Chloe Ray from Sutton Bridge make in our communities.

But James also saw the huge pressures they face every day and we spoke to Chloe about what she goes through.

you can hear just how important these charities are


Thanks to the work of the charity Speada - Chloe and others get a break from being a carer and get to be children.

Make sure charities like this can continue their work by sponsoring James.

You can donate on his fundraising page.

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