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Norfolk Book Sales Donation to Norfolk & Waveney Mind

Written by  Paul Dickson
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Norfolk Book Sales Donation to Norfolk & Waveney Mind

Steven Foyster, presented a cheque for £250 on Wednesday, November 30, to Kate Frost of Norfolk & Waveney Mind, who is Manager of the REST Hub at Churchman House, Norwich.

The cheque was for proceeds from the sale of Steven's memoir, Cry to be Heard! My Road to Recovery, published by Paul Dickson Books. £1 from the sale of every copy of Cry to be Heard! Is being donated to the charity.

Kate Frost said: “I would like to thank Steven and Paul for this very welcome donation. It will be used to buy a new seat for Churchman House Garden.” 

Steven Foyster added: “I am so pleased that the money from my book will be used to enhance the lovely garden to the rear of Churchman House.”

For more information and to buy a copy of Cry to be Heard!, see www.pauldicksonbooks.co.uk/cry-to-be-heard-my-road-to-recovery .

For more information about REST Norwich, see www.norfolkandwaveneymind.org.uk/rest-norwich

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