A VOLUNTEER for Sebastian’s Action Trust has been busy raising money by organising a bake sale in Chineham.

Lisa Watts, team leader at Bibby Financial Services, hosted the bake sale at Grove House on Wednesday, December 6.

She said: "It is just really heartwarming to see so many bake and it is incredible how much money has been raised, I am really pleased."

Lisa, who volunteers for the charity, said she raised more than £200. 

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Some of the cakes on sale had been donated by Basingstoke businesses including Indigo Bakes, Vemillion and The Street Bakeshop. While others had been baked by those who work in the building.

The charity provides emotional, social and practical care for life-limited and life-threatened children and their families and receives no government funding, relying solely on fundraising and donations.

To donate to Lisa's fundraiser visit justgiving.com/page/lisa-watts-1701282440278.