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Buy Books for Home, Earn Books for School!


The ‘Friends’ have signed up to a new scheme with ‘The Book People’ to help raise funds for school books.


Spend £20 at The Book People and get £5 off, PLUS raise money for school books.

Everyone’s a winner! If you spend £20 with The Book People this summer you’ll get £5 off and the school with get 10% commission which can be used to buy new school books.

It’s a nice and easy way to help the school and to raise money for books which the children will get to benefit from. All you need to do to get the offer is;

  1. Go to and enter in Stibbard’s unique fundraising code which is y1pFArX
  2. Spend over £20 to get £5 off. ( offer can only be used once and expires on the 5th Sept 2017)
  3. The school earns 10% commission which can be used to buy books for the school.

The offer runs until 5th Sept 2017 and can only be used once per customer but don’t worry, there will be a new offer each half term.

Thanks for your continued support.

The ‘Friends’ Committee.

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Community Chest Tokens For The Friends 

Do you buy the EDP? Throughout 2016, the newspaper is publishing Community Chest tokens that can be collected by community organisations and submitted with a funding application to the Norfolk Community Foundation. In Great Ryburgh a collection point has been set up in Ryburgh Community Shop and the Ryburgh Village Amenity Group is co-ordinating the distribution of the tokens to local community groups including the Friends of All Saints who are hoping to submit a bid to the fund. If you have any March tokens, please send them to school this week, or if it is convenient to do so, drop them at Ryburgh Shop during the Easter break.  If this first bid to the fund is unsuccessful, we will collect again during April for another application at the beginning of May.

Many thanks

Steve Bushby