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Kisses and flowers aid tots' charity.

A kiss and a rose were on offer from saucy St Trinian's girls collecting for charity in Rugby town centre.

Florists Gail Ashworth and Tracey Worthington, from Floral Interworld in Lawford Road, teamed up with pal Tina Buckley to collect more than Pounds 100 for the children's cancer care charity Edward's Trust.

The trio sold their wares at Rugby police and fire stations before braving the busy town centre pubs.

``We got plenty of kisses and sold lots of roses,'' said Tracey, ``I didn't tell my boyfriend what we were doing but it was all a bit of harmless fun and the good thing was that we raised so much money for sick youngsters.''

The girls plan to repeat the fun this week thanks to the generosity of Floral Interworld's bosses who donated the flowers.
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Publication:Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)
Date:Feb 8, 1999
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