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Help towards an Eazy E tribute bench for Newhaven

£1,647 of £2,000 goal

Raised by 180 people in 5 months
We are trying to raise funds for an Eazy E bench in Newhaven as a tribute towards this great man. Newhaven town council have said a bench will be allowed. I have sent off for quotes from a few companies in order to get it set up. Any money left over will be donated to an AIDS charity in Brighton of my choosing as Eazy E sadly passed away from this terrible disease in 1995. The campaign so far has recieved national and international coverage in the media and I believe it will also be a boost for the local community economically as well as bringing in some tourism.
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Thanks again to everyone who donated, your money has been sent to the Terrence Higgins trust and the Sussex beacon, both local charities in Brighton helping people with HIV. The bench should be here during summer time too. This has been a great campaign and I am very appreciative of all of you who donated. Have a great day x
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£1,647 of £2,000 goal

Raised by 180 people in 5 months
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3 months ago
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