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Chichester business delivers tiny teddies

Matron Pamela George and Paula Smith with the delivery of teddies from Chichester SUS-140429-135421001

Matron Pamela George and Paula Smith with the delivery of teddies from Chichester SUS-140429-135421001

TINY teddy bears from Chichester are being donated to a very special cause.

Carte Blanche, a Chichester-based company, has made a special delivery of 1,000 Tiny Tatty Teddies to the neonatal intensive care unit at St Mary’s Hospital on the Isle of Wight.

The Chichester company was approached by ITV programme Surprise Surprise which featured Paula Smith from the Isle of Wight on its Mother’s Day special.

Paula Smith is founder of baby charity, Pop ‘n’ Grow, and was recognised on the Sunday night show for her ‘inspirational’ achievement in helping families with clothing for premature and sick babies in special-care baby units across the country.

Now, thanks to Carte Blanche, the teddies, which are suitable for premature babies, have been delivered to the hospital, wearing tiny Pop ‘n’ Grow outfits to support Paula’s charity.

 

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