Charity fun day in Debden raises money for Great Ormond Street Hospital

08:53 09 May 2014

Spencer and Claire Hewitt.

Spencer and Claire Hewitt.

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Face painting, a petting farm and a bouncy castle all ensured families had a great time at a charity fun day.

The event was organised by Spencer and Claire Hewitt, owners of the Square 1 café at Debden Barns, to raise money for Great Ormond Street Hospital.

The couple, who also own the Square 1 restaurant in Great Dunmow, managed to raise £200.

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