Winchester babies charity raises over £2,000 for vital research

The Sensathon event had a Wild West theme - complete with checked shirts and cowboy hats.

The Sensathon event had a Wild West theme - complete with checked shirts and cowboy hats.

First published in Winchester

A WINCHESTER babies charity has raised over £2,000 towards vital pregnancy complications research.

With a Wild West theme, 230 babies and their parents attended the first ever Sensathon event, held at Winchester Baby Sensory over three days in June.

Dressed in full costume, complete with checked shirts, cowboy hats, neckerchiefs and plenty of fringing, the colourful fundraiser was in aid of charity Tommy’s, which funds medical research into the causes of miscarriage, stillbirth and premature birth.

It also provides advice and support for all expectant parents, to help them have a healthy pregnancy and baby.

The total raised was £2,186.

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