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Mental health charity benefits from former Sudbury mayor's fundraising




Matt Webb, from Richmond Fellowship, alongside outgoing Sudbury mayor Sarah Page and councillors Adrian and Jan Osborne. (2760104)
Matt Webb, from Richmond Fellowship, alongside outgoing Sudbury mayor Sarah Page and councillors Adrian and Jan Osborne. (2760104)

A mental health charity has praised the fundraising work of Sudbury’s former mayor, after she donated more than £450 collected over her mayoral year.

Sarah Page selected Richmond Fellowship as one of her chosen charities between 2017 and 2018, and held a number of fundraising activities over the year, including several coffee mornings in Sudbury Town Hall.

In total, her efforts collected £467.20 for the charity.

Mrs Page said: “I was inspired by the work of Richmond Fellowship and the fantastic staff in Sudbury.

“I was impressed with the work of this organisation and I feel Richmond Fellowship make a huge difference to people’s lives.

“Their work has such a positive impact on not only their clients, but our wider community.”



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