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Teenagers sell cakes for Little Miracles charity as part of National Citizen Service scheme




Students on the National Citzenship Scheme sell cakes in Red Lion Square, Stamford, in aid of the Little Miracles charity EMN-160815-154851001
Students on the National Citzenship Scheme sell cakes in Red Lion Square, Stamford, in aid of the Little Miracles charity EMN-160815-154851001

A group of teenagers have been baking and selling cakes to raise funds for charity.

They set up a stall selling delicious traybakes and cupcakes in Red Lion Square, Stamford, on Monday.

Proceeds will be donated to Little Miracles, a Peterborough-based charity which supports families that have children with additional needs and disabilities.

The youngsters are currently taking part in a four-week National Citizen Service (NCS) scheme. They will also be climbing Kinder Scout, the highest point in the Peak District, next week. To donate, visit www.justgiving.com/fundraising/NCS-HelpforLittleMiracles



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