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East Wittering girl bakes for St Wilfrid’s Hospice

C140644-1 Chi Cake Cheque  phot kate                                               Rose Mitchell, six, handing a cheque for �135.35 to Julie Longman, Events and Community manager at St Wilfrids Hospice. She raised the money from a cake sale and was inpired to carry out the fundraising after her grandfather was cared for at the hospice.Picture by Kate Shemilt.C140644-1 SUS-141006-174113001

C140644-1 Chi Cake Cheque phot kate Rose Mitchell, six, handing a cheque for �135.35 to Julie Longman, Events and Community manager at St Wilfrids Hospice. She raised the money from a cake sale and was inpired to carry out the fundraising after her grandfather was cared for at the hospice.Picture by Kate Shemilt.C140644-1 SUS-141006-174113001

A SIX-YEAR-OLD baker made her family proud by raising £135 for St Wilfrid’s Hospice with her cake-making skills.

Rosie Mitchell, who goes to East Wittering Community Primary School, was too young to take part in the hospice’s midnight walk in memory of her grandad Ian Anderson, who passed away on February 17.

Her dad Sean Mitchell said: “Rosie’s grandad was very well taken care of during his time in the hospice and we all wanted to do something to contribute to the cause.”

“She sold cakes at school to remember her grandad. We’re so proud of her, it’s a great achievement. She’s a very thoughtful girl.”

 

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