‘Overwhelmingly positive reception’ to mum’s More Than A Face project

A Biddulph mum aiming to help children better understand facial disfigurements has spoken of the “amazing” reception she has received ahead of her latest fundraiser.
Charlie Beswick, mother of 14-year-old twins Harry and Oliver, set up the charity More Than A Face after Harry was born with a rare cranio-facial condition called Goldenhar syndrome, and now helps other children to learn how to accept others who may look different to themselves.

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