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Creative agency Black Pig started National Children s Week with a bounce-a-thon – and raised £102 for Addenbrooke s hospital s neonatal intensive care unit. In association with radio station Star FM, the Royston-based agency organised a children s fun da
Creative agency Black Pig started National Children's Week with a bounce-a-thon - and raised £102 for Addenbrooke's hospital's neonatal intensive care unit.
In association with radio station Star FM, the Royston-based agency organised a
children's fun day in the Priory Memorial Gardens.
Anna Plant, of Black Pig, said: "We had a lot of children come down and they all paid £1 to the charity, which was good and the staff from Star FM entertained everybody.
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"The day was also in conjunction with the agency's 10th anniversary. Each month we are doing a different community activity in which all the proceeds will be donated to charity."
Black Pig's managing director Sarah-Jane Higgins said: "At Black Pig we are dedicated to supporting the community through our comprehensive
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