Boost for village hall restoration fund
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A family treasure hunt held in Little Downham raised more than £100 for the village hall restoration fund.
The event was organised by the New Century Lions Club of East Anglia and saw 18 teams take part, completing a walking route around the village and answering clues as they went.
The hunt raised £135 to go towards the restoration fund for Little Downham village hall.
The club also announced the formation of a new Leo club, aimed at 12-18 year olds, to encourage young people to serve their communities. A group of 11 new members were welcomed into the fold.
The New Century Lions are part of Lions Clubs International, an organisation which has 1.4 million members in over 200 countries worldwide.
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You can find out more about the club, and the organisation, at www.ncealions.org
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