Costessey entrepreneur raising hundreds of pounds for Brain Tumour Research charity
- Credit: SENT IN BY HOLLIE SULTER
A clothing entrepreneur has raised over £1,000 for brain tumour research.
Hollie Sulter, 28, from Townhouse Road in Old Costessey, is raising the money as part of her toddler's entry into the 2017 Kerri Parker Academy Miss Norfolk and Model of the Year competition on September 24.
Her 19-month-old daughter Poppy Ikins, won the baby model contest last year.
Norwich model Kerri Parker - who had a brain tumour removed - is raising money for the national Brain Tumour Research charity.
Miss Sulter, who recently set up a boutique children's clothes business, has raised £1,116 since April by setting up Facebook and JustGiving fundraising pages to auction off donated items.
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She said: 'I'm shocked at how generous people have been.'
Visit www.justgiving.com/fundraising/PoppyEmilia-Ikins and search Poppy Emilia Ikins Fundraising Page on Facebook.
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