Schoolgirls from Coldfall Primary School raise money for premature babies charity Bliss

Schoolgirls from Coldfall Primary School sold Rainbow Looms jewellery for the charity Bliss

Schoolgirls from Coldfall Primary School sold Rainbow Looms jewellery for the charity Bliss

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A group of schoolgirls got in touch with their creative side to raise cash for a charity that helps premature babies.

Pupils from Coldfall Primary School, in Coldfall Avenue, Muswell Hill, sold Rainbow Looms jewellery for the charity Bliss.

Ten-year-old Dalia Gordon said she and her friends chose to support premature babies and their mothers to raise awareness of the charity.

She said: "I loved doing the sale and we got loads of customers which is why we raised more than £75.”

Dalia added: “We made rainbow looms, which are bracelets made out of rubber bands, into really awesome designs. We made 156 bracelets.”

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