A SIX-year-old from Uttoxeter has been raising funds for NHS staff and key-workers by selling home-made bracelets. Nancie-Mae Johnson has been making bracelets out of loom bands in a bid to support workers on the front line. So far she has raised more than £60 and - with help from mum Michelle Johnson-Plant - has posted her creations across the Midlands and even across the world.
A pupil at St Joseph’s Primary School, Nancie-Mae said: “I thought I could help people who have the virus or help the nurses, doctors and keyworkers.
“It’s going very good and I can’t believe I have made £60 in one week.
“I’m proud of myself and happy.
“I want to turn mummy’s house into a shop! I will give my money I raise to a nurse.
“I have posted to Australia, Birmingham and Burton so far.”
James Sargeant, aged four from Stramshall has been busy with a variety of craft projects during lock down, including this 3D fish tank.
Four-year-old Max Cooper has turned his hand to baking and DIY at home with his family during the lock down, but has also enjoyed walking with his family as part of their daily exercise.
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