A Star is Born roll of honour

PUBLISHED: 12:43 24 December 2008 | UPDATED: 12:48 09 March 2010

Those heroes who have helped the Star is Born appeal smash through its target included:

- Ipswich Greyfriars Round Table

- EDF Energy

- Call Connection

- Shoppers who donated to the Evening Star Christmas Tree box

- Whitworth's Vets

- Sprites Primary School

- Martlesham Rainbows

- Patients at Ipswich Hospital

- JE and MJ Steel

- Staff at the Outpatients Department, Ipswich Hospital

- Old Felixstowe Nursery

- Malcolm Andrews Office Solutions

- DE and JA Smith

- Mrs P Whall

- HL King and J King

- MR Daley

- LP Markin

- People who have donated to treasure boxes

- Rosehill Primary School

- Deben High School pupils, parents and friends

- Cardinal Wolsey Tabernacle - Knight Templar Priests

- Edmund the Martyr Conclave - Red Cross of Constantine

- Several anonymous donations - including a group of women who gave up a West End theatre trip

- Constable Council - Order of the Allied Masonic Degrees

- Doric Lodge - Woodbridge

- Suffolk Installed Masters Lodge

- Lodge of Virtue and Silence - Hadleigh

- Composite Lodge

- Strutt Chapter Rose Croix - Belper, Derbyshire

- Count Roger of Normandy Lodge, Malta

- Prudence Priory - Knights of Malta

- Freemasons raffle of gallon of whisky

- Lions Club of Ipswich

- JC Turner

- Mrs JM Lewin

- Edna Phillips

- Mrs D Bultitude

- RC and JS Glading

- GW and CA Spall

- Mr and Mrs DC Towns

- Miss JC Jones

- Mrs PJ Kersey

- FJ and JG Mendrys

-MI and BJ English

- George Crane

- East of England Co-operative Society

- KL and OS Barton

- FC Bloomfield

- ER and ME Woolnough

- Chris Annis

- Miss OA Goudy

- AG Smith

- St Mary's Combs Housegroup

- RJ Kidd

- Villagers of Coddenham

- WJ and PE Pulford

- PA and DL Hicks

- Mrs JMJ Macro

- KR Lucas

- Kingsfleet Craft Club

- Otley College

- Alan Road Methodist Church Youth Club

- 1st Old Felixstowe Brownies

- Alan Road Methodist Boys Brigade

- People who attended the Evening Star carol service

- RC Bloom

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