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Second chance to win £500 from D.W. Nye’s ‘Proud to be Local’ campaign

Following the launch of D.W. Nye’s ‘Proud to be Local’ campaign, and the announcement of the first winner. 4TheYouth in Horsham received £500 for its Forest School last month. The builders’ merchant is now on the look-out for a second Sussex cause.

Throughout April, D.W. Nye are once again calling out to residents to nominate local groups and charitable endeavours they would like to see benefit from £500. The winner will be announced in May.

D.W. Nye Managing Director, Rex Nye, said:

“Following the first round, we were absolutely delighted to announce our winners as 4TheYouth and help make a difference to a fantastic group that is doing so much for young people in the community. We hope to repeat this for a different charity or group in April and look forward to receiving as many nominations from across Sussex as possible.”

From schools trying to complete a much-needed project to sports facilities requiring help to buy equipment, or a charity looking for assistance, all suggestions are welcome.

To make a nomination, simply email details of the cause and how the £500 would be used to proudtobelocal@dwnye.co.uk. Alternatively, nominations can be sent to D.W. Nye Proud to be Local c/o PMW Communications, Stane Court, Stane Street, Billingshurst RH14 9HP. Please ensure a contact name and telephone number is included. Nominations should be submitted by midnight on Sunday 13th May 2018. The winner will be notified by Monday 28th May 2018. There will be two more chances to make nominations later this year.

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