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Tsunqmi Gala concert.

MERSEYSIDE'S Hindu cultural organisation raised more than pounds 8, 000 in donations for the tsunami fund. Special prayers will be said for disaster victims and survivors at the Hindu Temple on Edge Lane, Liverpool, tomorrow at 4. 30pm.

A sponsored Motorcycle Aid snowball is raising funds on February 6. Bikers can meet across the region at the Kings parade car park at Albert Dock, 9am, McDonald's at the Rock Retail park, Birkenhead, 9. 30, or Chester Zoo park and ride at 10. 30. Bikes will then travel down to the National motor museum in Solihull to join bikes from across the country. For more information go to www. motorcycleas. org. uk.

A COFFEE morning at Astmoor day services raised pounds 400. Staff and centre users sold home-made cakes and gave donations.

PUPILS and staff at Cardinal Heenan Catholic high school raised pounds 1, 500 by bag packing at Sainsburys in Prescot Road.

UNDER-sevens football team Mags Leopards from Merseyside Youth Association is holding a sponsored penalty shootout. The team kicks off at 6pm on February 3 at the Max Centre Dovecot Library, Dovecot.

STAFF at Lees Lloyd Whitley law firm in Liverpool, Birkenhead and Prenton raised pounds 2, 500 by donating directly from their pay packets. Personnel boss Chris Blackburne said: ``Everybody has been supportive and generous. ''
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Date:Jan 29, 2005
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