Clitheroe schoolboy (6) passes terrific £1,000 in NHS fundraising

He originally aimed to raise just £10 for the NHS, but kind-hearted Sonny Steventon has become a massive inspiration to youngsters in town ....making the most of lockdown by doing something special for a deserving cause.

By Faiza Afzaal
Friday, 22nd May 2020, 8:20 am

As reported previously in the Clitheroe Advertiser, Sonny, a pupil of St James' Primary School painted rainbows and other colourful designs on pebbles/rocks to lift people's spirits and sold them on a daily basis on his doorstep in Woone Lane. Neighbours, friends and passers-by have been so impressed with Sonny's generosity, handiwork and enterprising initiative, they've donated hundreds of pounds to support the NHS during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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In total, Sonny raised over £1,000 and is delighted with his efforts.

His proud parents, Alex and Amy Steventon, would like to thank everyone who supported Sonny and donated to help the NHS.

Sonny Steventon