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Portman Building Society donates nearly £20,000 to charity


The Portman Building Society has raised nearly £20,000 for charity.


The sum comes from the donations for 1999 calendars, which feature scenic views of Portman&#39s operational area in the South of England.


Half of the sum raised £9,578 has been donated to the Royal National Institute for the Deaf, with the remainder distributed to 18 smaller charities.

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