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Sister Act raises cash successfully for good cause

Sisters Natalia and Caitlin Bradwell (aged 6 and 9 respectively) raised money for Children in Need by selling Pudsey Bear buns outside their house and to a local business - Belton Motor Services - raising �116.

Sisters Natalia and Caitlin Bradwell (aged 6 and 9 respectively) raised money for Children in Need by selling Pudsey Bear buns outside their house and to a local business - Belton Motor Services - raising �116.

Two sisters got in to the fundraising business, selling a selection of cakes they had made themselves for other youngsters who are in need of help.

Natalia and Caitlin Bradwell (aged six and nine respectively) raised money for Children in Need by selling their unique Pudsey Bear buns from a decorated stall outside their house.

The pair of money spinners also sold their cakes to workers at a local business - Belton Motor Services - to boost their coffers further.

In total, the sisters raised £116 to support the charity’s national appeal that was fantastically supported by groups, businesses and individuals throughout the Isle.

 

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