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A Salford-based ballet school has helped to raise more than £1,000,000 for child loss charity, Tommy’s.

The school, based at Boothstown Methodist Church in Worsley, has thanked supporters for helping the Baby Ballet chain raise a total of £1,120,057 over seven years.

The money raised will fund the charity’s research centres and promote education for midwives on how to deliver their work and their mission of halving the number of babies’ lives lost by 2023.

Baby Ballet’s Twinkle bear wearing a Tommy’s t-shirt

Nicky Butcher, head of community events and engagement for Tommy’s charity, said: “Everyone at Baby Ballet is so committed to helping us in our mission to save babies’ lives and improve care and support for families at every stage of the pregnancy journey. We’re so grateful for the vital funds raised for Tommy’s.”

Tommy’s charity aims to find causes and treatments to save babies lives as well as providing trusted pregnancy and baby loss information and support.

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