Love Stamford marks successful year with charity party

Love Stamford first  birthday celebrations at Broad Street. Zoe Crowson and daughter Phoebe (5) who were being sponsored from the days fundraising EMN-150530-173106009
Love Stamford first birthday celebrations at Broad Street. Zoe Crowson and daughter Phoebe (5) who were being sponsored from the days fundraising EMN-150530-173106009
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A shopping emporium marked a successful year in business with a charity birthday party.

Love Stamford, in Broad Street, Stamford, held the party on Saturday, May 30, with the aim of raising money for the Phoebe Research Fund.

Staff at Love Stamford said they had an “amazing turnout” with lots of children taking part in craft activities, face painting and pampering. The children loved the craft tables so much that this will now be a regular feature on Saturdays at Love Stamford with a different activity each week.

Members of Stamford Clandestine Cake Club Sophie Douglas, Vicky Redshaw and Anthea Watson also sold cakes, which kept children and adults alike happy.

The day raised just over £250 for the charity, which researches Recessive Dystrophic Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB) a rare genetic skin disease that Phoebe Crowson suffers from. The youngster is pictured above with her mum Zoe at the party.