Your chance to learn more about the work of Fakenham charity First Focus

PUBLISHED: 16:31 15 October 2018 | UPDATED: 16:31 15 October 2018

April Simnor, from First Focus. Picture: Ian Burt

April Simnor, from First Focus. Picture: Ian Burt

Fakenham charity First Focus is to hold its annual general meeting next month.

The charity has had a busy, very successful year, in which it has continued to provide many vital services for the local community.

These include regular activities, support groups, information and advice, all aimed at promoting the local community’s health and well being.

It has also acted as a popular community outlet for many food items that local retailers would otherwise have treated as waste.

First Focus will be holding its annual general meeting at its premises in the Scout Hall on Oak Street, at 1pm on Thursday, November 15.

This meeting will give members of the public an opportunity to ask First Focus staff and trustees any questions about the organisation and its activities.

Any member of the public may attend and refreshments will be served.

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