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20 January 2014

Supporters and Club help raise £5000 for EDP Flood Appeal

NORWICH City and the Club's supporters did their bit for the Eastern Daily Press' Flood Appeal by presenting a cheque for £5000 at the Hull City game on Saturday.

Heavy floods caused widespread damage in coastal areas in the region in December, with many homes and businesses disrupted.

The generosity of the Canaries' fans saw them raise £1530 through ground collections before last month's game against Manchester United, and the Club topped up the pot to take it to the final amount.

Chief Executive David McNally presented the cheque to (from left to right) Barry Catchpole of Norwich St Edmund Rotary Club, Colin Rymill of the Rotary Club of Norwich, Graham Tuttle of the Norfolk Community Foundation and David Powles of the Eastern Daily Press.

McNally commented: "We were really impressed by how generous fans were in supporting the community after the floods.

"The floods had a terrible impact on people and we wanted to match the efforts of the fans and do our bit.”

For more information on the Eastern Daily Press' Flood Appeal, and to make your donation, click HERE.

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