Aome weaves bands for cash

Aome Williamson, 10, has been making loom bands and is setting up a stall to sell them to other pupils. She has also bought a teddy out of her own pocket money for a name the teddy game. All proceeds will go to Macmillan Cancer Trust as her uncle has throat cancer and is being supported by the charity.

Aome Williamson, 10, has been making loom bands and is setting up a stall to sell them to other pupils. She has also bought a teddy out of her own pocket money for a name the teddy game. All proceeds will go to Macmillan Cancer Trust as her uncle has throat cancer and is being supported by the charity.

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Selfless Aome Williamson has been spending her spare time making loom band jewellery to raise cash for charity.

The ten-year-old spent more than four weeks making 300 bracelets, rings and keyrings to sell in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support.

She set up a stall at Hendal Primary School in Kettlethorpe last Friday and managed to raise just short of £100.

 

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