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Thank You Easy Bathrooms!

A big thank you to Easy Bathrooms, who opened in Norfolk earlier this year, for teaming up with us in order to raise funds for our charity by very kindly pledging five percent of the store’s profits over a four week period.  They have raised an amazing £1022.87!
Positioned within a couple of minutes walk from our Norwich furniture shop on Oak Street, Easy Bathrooms showroom manager has committed to the initiative in order to give back to the community of Norfolk.
Commenting on the initiative, Liam Corcoran explained: “The Benjamin Foundation means a huge deal to many people in our region — it supports people in their time of need, and we think that what they do is genuinely incredible.”
“We’re full of admiration for the way they help, encourage and empower people who are experiencing difficult circumstances. We’re therefore delighted to choose The Benjamin Foundation as our charity for both today and the future, and are pleased that we are able to help out in this small way.”
Rachel Hogg, Communications Coordinator for The Benjamin Foundation said: “We are delighted to receive support from Easy Bathrooms. Developing relationships with local businesses and organisations is really important to us and we are thankful to the Easy Bathrooms team for taking a keen interest in the work that we do.
“Fundraising by our supporters helps us to continue our work with young people, children and families in Norfolk and Suffolk.”
The Easy Bathrooms Norfolk team are also planning to support the charity throughout numerous events, including the Norwich Sleep Out 2018 on 15th November and Norfolk Day in July.
Boasting in excess of 100 displays, the Norwich showroom is the largest specialist bathroom and tile superstore in the area. With 10,000 sq ft space, it showcases popular ranges from Burlington, Heritage, Calypso and Vitra and on-trend styles, such as geometric-patterned tiles.
The store is open seven days a week and also welcomes trade buyers, with incentives offered to business account holders.

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