Making a splash
Two youngsters who took part in a sponsored swimathon in aid of a children s hospice have raised over £500. Chloe Cook and Scarlett Lockyer visited March s George Campbell swimming pool to do their bit for East Anglia s Children s Hospices at Milton. C
Two youngsters who took part in a sponsored 'swimathon' in aid of a children's hospice have raised over £500.
Chloe Cook and Scarlett Lockyer visited March's George Campbell swimming pool to do their bit for East Anglia's Children's Hospices at Milton.
Chloe, nine, and Scarlett, four, wanted to participate in the Association of Children's Hospices National Swimathon so they started collecting sponsorship before they donned their swimming costumes for their local children's hospice at Milton.
Scarlett's Mum, Heidi Lockyer said: "Both Chloe and Scarlett were keen to get involved.
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"The swimming pool was really helpful and even allocated Chloe and Scarlett their own lane. They both did really well and thoroughly enjoyed it."
Chloe managed 40 lengths of the pool and Chloe a remarkable.
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Melanie Chew, director of fund-raising said: "Chloe and Scarlett's hard work has raised a fantastic sum of money which will help to make a difference.