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Two mid-Norfolk companies team up for charity ball

PUBLISHED: 12:26 06 March 2018 | UPDATED: 12:26 06 March 2018

Picture: Piggyback Barns

Picture: Piggyback Barns

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Two companies in mid-Norfolk have teamed up to raise money for a cause that helps children around the world with prosthetic limbs.

Piggyback Barns, based in Sculthorpe, has partnered with SC Wedding & Event Planning, in Fakenham, to hold a charity ball that will raise money for Team Unlimbited.

The event will include a three course meal, raffle, silent auction and live entertainment.

They hope that the money raised from the event will help Team Unlimbited to afford a new 3D printer which will help them to reduce their waiting list, which currently leaves children waiting up to 18 months for support.

The ball will take place in Sculthorpe at Piggyback Barns on September 15. Tickets are on sale at £40 per ticket, with 180 singular tickets available and two sets of 10 tickets for £350. Guests must be 18 years old or over.

For more information visit the Piggyback Barns website.

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