£100k to remember Vicky

JACKPOT! The appeal to build a memorial to murdered schoolgirl Vicky Hall has today passed the £100,000 barrier. Soon the tatty old buildings used by young footballers in Trimley St Mary as changing rooms will be replaced with a brand new modern sports pavilion to bear Vicky's name.

By Richard Cornwell

JACKPOT! The appeal to build a memorial to murdered schoolgirl Vicky Hall has today passed the £100,000 barrier.

Soon the tatty old buildings used by young footballers in Trimley St Mary as changing rooms will be replaced with a brand new modern sports pavilion to bear Vicky's name.

Today the trustees behind the appeal, which is spearheaded by The Evening Star, announced news of a fantastic £20,000 donation from a mystery benefactor and a £5,000 gift from Ipswich businessman Graeme Kalbraier.


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It means that with the amazing fundraising effort already carried out by Star readers and pledges of grants from local councils and other organisations, the £100,000 milestone has been reached.

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