Saskia’s lemonade stand in Blakeney was a sweet success for nook appeal
- Credit: Archant
A nine-year-old girl raised more than £250 for an appeal to build a new hospice with a home-made lemonade stand.
Saskia Mumford and her dad Matt sold their wares outside Mr Mumford's uncle's home in Blakeney High Street.
'It was a wonderful success thanks to the generosity of visitors,' said Mr Mumford.
Mr Mumford, 45, brought 9L of lemon concentrate from their home in North London, after spending hours making the brew. He added:
'I possibly don't want to see another lemon for a while.'
The stall raised £261 for East Anglia's Children's Hospices £10m nook appeal to build a new children's hospice near Norwich.
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