Norwood gets the X Factor

Former Daily Mirror editor Piers Morgan (left) and The X Factor judge Simon Cowell led proceedings at Jewish care charity Norwood's annual fundraising dinner at Grosvenor House hotel in London last week, which raised £3m.

Morgan (left) and Cowell entertain Norwood's dinner guests
Morgan (left) and Cowell entertain Norwood's dinner guests

Norma Brier, chief executive of the charity, appealed in a speech to donors to give generously in difficult financial circumstances. Richard Desmond, publisher and president of Norwood, said: "This year, more than ever before, we appreciate the generosity of donors".

The charity supports disadvantaged people and those with learning disabilities.

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