Necton Community Centre receives charity donation

Necton Community Centre was one of a number of local charities that benefited from a windfall dontation from the three companies involved with the construction and commissioning of the new Dudgeon Wind Farm Sub-station on the edge of the village.

Cllr Sisto and the Parish Clerk, with the cheque received from Dudgeon Wind Farm.

Cllr Sisto, Vice-chair of the NRCC Committee and the Parish Clerk, with the cheque received from Dudgeon Wind Farm.

Statoil, Siemens and Northern Midland Construction plc contributed to a collective initiative promoting Health & Safety at the sub-station site.  With £10,000 secured by workers, nominations were made for its distribution across various local charities.  The community centre was one of these lucky charities and they received a cheque for £1,500 which will be used to upgrade the car parking areas of the centre.

The Breckland View reporter, Paul Young, attended the event and you can hear his report here.

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