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Flood Relief Trust Account reaches $218,000

1 March 2004

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Funds donated to Feilding and District Relief Trust Account reaches $218,000

Just over $218,000.has been donated to the Feilding and District Relief Trust Account following the floods in the central and lower North Island.

The funds are going into a trust account and will be distributed by a committee set up by the Manawatu District Council. Bank of New Zealand contributed $25,000 to the trust immediately after the account was opened.

Deposits can be made at any Bank of New Zealand branch.

The account details are:

- Feilding and District Relief Trust Account

- Account number: 02-0628-0016075-00

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