Loom boom benefits strays

A team of Belton girls are helping charities cash in on the latest loom band craze by making and selling them en masse.

By The Newsroom
Friday, 29th August 2014, 10:36 am

The ten-year-olds, all pupils at Belton All Saints’ Primary, are fundraising for the Isle Animal Rescue and MacMillan Cancer Nurses, as part of the Humberside Police initiative Operation Lifestyle.

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Georgia Campion, Lily Farminer, Eleanor Tillman and Francesca Tillman also plan a sponsored bike ride across the Humber Bridge to top up the £200 raised so far. Georgia’s mother Angela Coulson said: “The girls will pay for some veterinary treatment for animals at the Isle Rescue, at Ashby Road vets in Epworth, where I work.”