Exmouth Market celebrates Billie’s Butterfly success
Exmouth stallholders backing Billie’s Butterfly Fund have raised more than �1,000 for the cause.
Exmouth Market’s stallholders are celebrating raising more than �1,000 for an Exeter youngster diagnosed with inoperable cancer.
Earlier this month the traders donned butterfly wings to support Billie’s Butterfly Fund, in aid of four-year-old Billie Bainbridge.
Exmouth market owner Jerry Miller said some �1,957 was raised from the day – which will go towards the �200,00o target to fund potentially-lifesaving treatment.
Mr Miller said the cash had been handed over to the fund, adding: “It was received brilliantly by the public and all the stall holders that took part.
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“We want to say a massive thank you to everyone that contributed.”
Organiser Kim Brady, of market stall Sweet Temptations had hoped to raise �1,000 for the cause.
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