Great British Sewing Bee finalist Joyce Bellingham joined mid Sussex business Made and Making at their studio in the South Downs Heritage Centre in Hassocks, to talk about her experience on the show. She helped raise £475 for her chosen charity - Three Ways School, based in Somerset - in the process.
Made and Making owner Sarah Brangwyn said: “It was a tremendous day with people buying tickets to hear Joyce talk about the show, from the application process to the various garments she made and even some interesting stories from behind the scenes! We have already received requests for Joyce to come back and talk again so hopefully we can arrange another event soon.”
For more information on the charity, visit: http://www.threeways.co.uk/
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