Fundraiser for ‘inspirational’ Welwyn Garden City woman
AN autumn sale will be held this weekend to raise money for a popular woman from WGC who needs your help.
Friends of Diane Harrison-Fuller, a mum-of-two who has lost both her legs through complications owing to diabetes, are trying to raise enough money to have her fitted with prostheses.
Held at Christchurch Baptist Church Hall in Parkway, WGC, the event on Saturday will feature stalls selling books, cakes, toys, Christmas cards, clothes and shoes.
One of the event organisers, Beth Wrangles, said: “Her dearest dream is to own two glamorous legs, we are trying to realise that dream for Diane so please come along and support us.”
It starts at 11am and finishes at 3pm. Admission, plus a free raffle ticket, is 50p for adults, 25p for senior citizens and free for children under 10.
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