Whittome service raises �3,500 for charity
Emma Knights A thanksgiving service for a revered north Norfolk hotelier raised more than �3,500 for an African charity.Paul Whittome, the owner of the Hoste Arms in Burnham Market, died in July after losing a year-long battle with cancer.
A thanksgiving service for a revered north Norfolk hotelier raised more than �3,500 for an African charity.
Paul Whittome, the owner of the Hoste Arms in Burnham Market, died in July after losing a year-long battle with cancer.
About 1,200 people from across the world attended a thanksgiving service for the 55-year-old on July 16.
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The money raised from the service will be given to the South African campaign One Net One Life which aims to help prevent malaria.
It was a charity close to Mr Whittome's heart as his wife Jeanne Whittome was born in South Africa.
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The Hoste Arms will also host a jazz evening next Easter in memory of Mr Whittome to raise more funds for One Net One Life.