LOCAL charity Paddle 4 Relief is celebrating receipt of a cheque of one day s takings during Saunton Beach car park s recent charity week. The £662.50 will help to continue the vital relief work the charity is undertaking for the forgotten victims of the

LOCAL charity Paddle 4 Relief is celebrating receipt of a cheque of one day's takings during Saunton Beach car park's recent charity week.The £662.50 will help to continue the vital relief work the charity is undertaking for the forgotten victims of the 2004 Boxing Day tsunami in Sri Lanka.Charity committee member Paul Martin collected the cheque on behalf of founder Tim Tanton, who is currently in Sri Lanka, working in Arugam Bay on building projects and water well installations.He said: "Tim will be delighted to hear of such a donation from Saunton Beach car park." "Paul, Lucy and team at the car park have supported the charity from day one and continue to do so. We are very grateful to have been one of the charities chosen for their charity week."Paddle 4 Relief recently received a cargo of surfboards, donated by local surfers, that have been sent out to Sri Lanka for use by the children and young adults of Arugam Bay. For more information on Paddle4Relief, visit the website at www.paddle4relief.co.uk