Ten-year-olds Caragh and Charley have been doing some fantastic fundraising to support The Hospice of St Francis.
The two girls, who go to school together in Potten End, have started a little business doing hair and makeup for their friends and neighbours, with all the proceeds going to support the Hospice. Once a fortnight the girls also come up to the Hospice to attend our Drawbridge group, which is an art therapy session for bereaved children, as both girls’ grannies passed away after being cared for by the Hospice.
Charley and Caragh wanted to support the Hospice because ‘our nans came here and died here. Also the staff are really nice and are great supporters’.
Thank you so much for the money you’ve raised girls!
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