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Diss fish shop chips in to help out military veterans’ charity

PUBLISHED: 12:19 26 November 2018 | UPDATED: 12:19 26 November 2018

Fair Green Fish Bar owner Cemal Adiguzel hands over cheque for Walking With The Wounded to Duncan Slater. Picture: Fair Green Fish Bar

Fair Green Fish Bar owner Cemal Adiguzel hands over cheque for Walking With The Wounded to Duncan Slater. Picture: Fair Green Fish Bar

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A Diss chip shop that wowed to hand over an entire day’s takings to a charity that helps vulnerable military veterans to re-integrate back into society raised more than £1,000.

Fair Green Fish Bar in Denmark Street, Diss, donated a day's proceeds to Walking With The Wounded. Picture: Fair Green Fish BarFair Green Fish Bar in Denmark Street, Diss, donated a day's proceeds to Walking With The Wounded. Picture: Fair Green Fish Bar

Fair Green Fish Bar in Denmark Street, held a special charity day on November 18 with all proceeds being donated to Walking With The Wounded.

A cheque for £1,010.25 was handed over to inspirational army veteran double amputee Duncan Slater, who lives in Scole and who has completed a several gruelling endurance challenges despite losing both his legs in Afghanistan, on behalf of the charity.

The idea for the good cause came from owner Cemal Adiguzel, 36, who wanted to mark the recent centenary of the First World War armistice.

He said: “We had a great result it was very busy day, lots people came from Diss and villages near by. We are all so happy that our customers have donated to such a great cause, we are very proud of out heroes. We also would like to thank Duncan Slater for helping organising this day with us.

“We hope to do again next year because our charity days always turn out amazing, we can’t thank our customers enough.”

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