Carshalton yarnbombers raise £260 for charity
Teddy bears knitted by the Woolly Coven of Carshalton to mark the birth of the royal baby have made £260 for charity.
The group, famed for their decorative ducks which adorned the railings along Carshalton Ponds during the Queens Jubilee, created their latest knit graffiti stunt to raise money for St Helier hospital's League of Friend and also its Special Care Baby Unit.
The bears were hung on a baby mobile outside the Honeywood Museum for the birth of Prince George on July 22.
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