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Worksop: Colouring competition raises awareness of eating disorders

Winners and their parents with Julie Day, team leader Sainsburys; Richard Murten, duty manager Sainsburys and Leah Stocken from FREED Beeches eating disorder service

Winners and their parents with Julie Day, team leader Sainsburys; Richard Murten, duty manager Sainsburys and Leah Stocken from FREED Beeches eating disorder service

A silly socks competition was held by a Worksop charity to raise awareness of eating disorders.

FREED Beeches held the competition during Eating Disorder Awareness Week.

Entry forms were available at Sainsbury’s in Worksop, Ordsall Primary and Gamston Primary.

Organisers said it was an extremely hard competition to judge as there were so many good entries.

George was named the under 5s winner, Harriet Clarke was the over 5s winner and Emma Evans won the over 10s category.

The winners were all presented with a trophy and an Easter egg, donated by Sainsbury’s.

FREED Beeches supports adults and young people with eating disorders at their base on Park Street.

 

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