South Wootton couple’s charity event in memory of daughter raises more than £5,000 for stillbirth charity Theresa’s Tiny Treasures
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A family has raised thousands of pounds in memory of their daughter and to help others.
Verity and Ashley Gamble, from South Wootton, organised Summer's Ball in honour of their daughter Summer who was stillborn in September last year.
Held at the Knights Hill Hotel, the ball included a variety of entertainment such as West End Jerseys, a tribute act to Frankie Valli & The four Seasons, and a raffle and auction.
So far £5,505 has been raised for Theresa's Tiny Treasures, a charity which provides families with keepsakes to remember their babies.
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Mrs Gamble said she was 'really pleased' with the amount raised.
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She said: 'I would do anything for Summmer and the charity was there to provide us with keepsakes which everybody should be offered. You have always got that piece of them with you.'
She added: 'We always said Summer had a little mission and we said that before she was born. She is spreading love to other families.'
Visit Theresa's Tiny Treasures for more information about the charity.