Car boot sale raises money for Scotty’s Little Soldiers

12:46 21 May 2014

Horsefair, Wisbech, cheque presentation

Horsefair, Wisbech, cheque presentation


A charity car boot sale has raised money for Scotty’s Little Soldiers.

The Horsefair shopping centre is Wisbech held the event and raised a fantastic £261.31.

Following its success the centre is holding another car boot sale this weekend which will raise money for the Wisbech Lions Club.

Scotty’s Little Soldiers is dedicated to supporting the children of men and women killed whilst serving in the British Armed Forces.

Army Widow Nikki Scott set up the charity in August 2010 to help the children our fallen heroes left behind after her own husband Corporal Lee Scott was killed in Afghanistan in July 2009 leaving behind her and their two young children.


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