Playing house for Sunderland hospice

DOLLS HOUSE; Top left, Lesley Jackson Volunteer Co-ordinator, Denise Hurst and Megan Dudiak, 9 with dolls house that will be raffled for Grace House
DOLLS HOUSE; Top left, Lesley Jackson Volunteer Co-ordinator, Denise Hurst and Megan Dudiak, 9 with dolls house that will be raffled for Grace House
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A DOLLS’ house will be raffled to raise funds for Sunderland’s Grace House Appeal.

The raffle will be part of a Makers’ Christmas Market at the Seaburn Centre, held on Sunday, December 11.

Volunteer co-ordinator Denise Hurst was eager to show off the dolls’ house to promote the event.

The monthly market sees makers of hand-made goods in the North East come together to sell their wares.

Other items for sale include home-made jams, cards, jewellery and home accessories.

The market will be packed with more than 100 stalls for festive punters as well as face painting for children and a chance for young people to meet Santa Claus.

Last Sunday’s market proved to be a big hit with hundreds flocking to the event.

The Grace House North East Children’s Hospice Appeal is raising funds to build and equip a hospice for sick youngsters from across the North East.

The Christmas market runs from 10am until 4pm on December 11 and entry is free.