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By Tristan Harris Thursday 06 March 2014 Updated: 07/03 11:28
THE BRACELET making evening held in Bromsgrove on February 25 raised £120 for the Help Harry Help Others (HHHO) campaign.
It was organised by the Bromsgrove Ladies Circle which would like to thank the staff and customers from the Ewe and Lamb, where the event was held.
In 2009, Harry Moseley, a brave boy who battled with an inoperable brain tumour, started to make and sell beaded bracelets to raise funds to make a difference to all people with brain cancer.
Sadly in October 2011, Harry passed away, but in just two years he organised and attended nearly 100 events selling his bracelets and making many celebrity friends, who still support the HHHO charity.
At the Ewe and Lamb, as well as raising the cash, members met some new people and got to spread the word about Harry and the amazing work the charity does.
Bromsgrove Ladies Circle are always looking for new members and their next meeting is on Tuesday (March 11) where they will be visiting the Needle Factory in Redditch.
Email email@example.com to find out more information about Bromsgrove Ladies Circle or visit the www.ladiescircle.co.uk/bromsgrove website.
Visit www.HHHO.org.uk find out more about Help Harry Help Others, which was set up in memory of Harry, and www.eweandlambbromsgrove.com
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