Winscombe fundraiser earns £900 for children’s hospice

PUBLISHED: 15:00 12 February 2017

L-RV Lily Reames 7, Kira Sargent 5 and Grace Henderson 6 whose idea it was
Coffee morning in Winscombe community centre for ChildrenÕs Hospice South West. There will be coffee, a raffle, stalls, face-painting and storytime. Contact Kate on 07973 539062 (BM for SF)
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L-RV Lily Reames 7, Kira Sargent 5 and Grace Henderson 6 whose idea it was Coffee morning in Winscombe community centre for ChildrenÕs Hospice South West. There will be coffee, a raffle, stalls, face-painting and storytime. Contact Kate on 07973 539062 (BM for SF) 4,02,17

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A charity fair in a North Somerset village which was the brainchild of a six-year-old girl raised a healthy sum for a worthy cause this week.

People from Winscombe flocked to the community association on Saturday for the fair, which was raising money for Children’s Hospice South West.

Face-painting, stalls and a raffle earned £903.56 for the charity.

Fair organiser, Katie Smith told, the Mercury: “The event was very well attended and it was very successful day.

“It was planned by my step-daughter, Grace Henderson, who is only six years old.

“Thank you to everyone who came.”

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