Friends make £1,000 for Children in Need by selling cakes in Great Gonerby

Children in Need fund-raisers in Great Gonerby are, from left - Ellie Potterton, Niamh McNulty, Harry Williamson, Alexander Jefferson, Izzy Durrands and Maisie Williamson.
Children in Need fund-raisers in Great Gonerby are, from left - Ellie Potterton, Niamh McNulty, Harry Williamson, Alexander Jefferson, Izzy Durrands and Maisie Williamson.
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Two 11-year-old pals led a campaign in Great Gonerby to raise money for Children in Need.

Harry Williamson and Alexander Jefferson took it upon themselves to sell cakes outside the village Post Office on Saturday – and they raised an impressive £1,000.

This was the third year that the friends, who were joined by other youngsters, have held the fund-raiser in the village.

It began this year with Harry writing a letter to vilagers asking them to bake a cake. And they certainly rose to the challenge as the long table was filled with goodies.

The youngsters thank all the villagers who baked or bought cakes, or donated raffle prizes. Thanks also go to Stuart who runs the Post Office for all his support.

Pictured are, from left - Ellie Potterton, Niamh McNulty, Harry Williamson, Alexander Jefferson, Izzy Durrands and Maisie Williamson.