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Little Miracles grateful for 'massive support' from Queensgate and M&S

Little Miracles charity in Peterborough has thanked Queensgate and Marks and Spencer for their contributions towards its sensory room.
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Little Miracles have thanked Queensgate and M&S (photo: Queensgate)

M&S at Queensgate have gifted packages to Little Miracles, a former Charity Partner, which has a sensory room in the shopping centre. 

As of June 2020, Little Miracles has been delivering packages to families across Peterborough and has since completed over 1,000 deliveries, with help from M&S, which has been donating weekly food packages. 

Emily Sibthorpe at Little Miracles said: "M&S have been a massive support by providing us with food each week, that we are able to collect and distribute to families. We’d like to say a huge thank you to M&S at Queensgate for their contributions."

Little Miracles has also been gifted £500 worth of donated gifts from Queensgate as raffle prizes for a fundraiser.

Carole Wakelin, environmental manager for Queensgate, said: "It’s fantastic to see everyone coming together to continue the support of one of our local charities. The work that Little Miracles do is fantastic, and their sensory room at our shopping centre is loved by so many of our visitors."

Little Miracles support children with additional needs, disabilities and life limiting conditions.

Many families have thanked Little Miracles for their support over the years, and the youngsters they've helped have also shown their gratitude, including 16-year-old Isiahia, who committed to jumping out of a plane as a thank you to the charity. 

At the time of writing, Isiahia has raised more than his goal for the charity, hitting £963 of his £900 target. If you wish to donate further to the cause, click here