Ely store is a One Stop shop for Easter goodies

18:05 28 April 2014

Ben Rouse with sisters Cassie and Lauren, and One Stop staff members Emilie Burgess and Sehrish Hussein

Ben Rouse with sisters Cassie and Lauren, and One Stop staff members Emilie Burgess and Sehrish Hussein


Staff at the One Stop shop in Ely held an Easter fund-raising event in aid of Action Medical Research.

Ben Rouse was joined by his sisters Cassie and Lauren, who did face painting, and staff members Emilie Burgess and Sehrish Hussein at the shop, in St John’s Road, on Monday.

Visitors were able to buy home made cakes and have their faces painted, helping to raise around £150 in the process.


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