Coeliac event at Newton Poppleford is a success

PUBLISHED: 16:07 31 May 2011

Children enjoy playing with gluten-free play clay at Busy Lizzie's, Newton Poppleford

Children enjoy playing with gluten-free play clay at Busy Lizzie's, Newton Poppleford

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Newton Poppleford craft shop raises £100 for Exmouth Coeliac Group

RAIN did not stop play on Saturday, when youngsters enjoyed playing with gluten-free play clay at Busy Lizzie’s craft and plant shop, Newton Poppleford.

The clay featured in its Coeliac awareness event, which raised £100 for Exmouth Coeliac Group, set up by Rebecca after she discovered her son was coeliac.

Kay’s Cakes, Baked to Taste and West Country Kitchen were some of the gulten free companies that helped to make the day successful for coeliac sufferers.


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