Girl, 12, sells her own clothes to raise money for young cystic fibrosis sufferer

Chloe is trying to raise £100 to help Danielle get her physio vest

Chloe is trying to raise £100 to help Danielle get her physio vest

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A selfless young fundraiser has sold piles of her own clothes and loom band creations to raise money for a little girl with Cystic Fibrosis.

Chloe Bidmead, 12, of St Nicholas Road, Tillingham, was inspired to start pricing up her clothes and making loom band jewellery after her mum Alison told her about the plight of Danielle Older, eight.

Danielle, who lives in Kent but who has been visiting the Waterside Caravan Park in St Lawrence Bay for the last three years, needs to raise £8,000 for a special physio vest to help her with the symptoms of her condition, which affects her lungs.

Chloe has raised £86 from the sale of her clothes and loom band jewellery and hopes to make £100 for Danielle's fund. 

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