Psychic Sally Cudmore and the staff at Asda in Charlton have raised money for the children's ward at QE Hospital.

The hospital recently asked for help after items were stolen from the Safari children's ward.

Hundreds of people took to social media to pledge their help to replacing any items that had been taken.

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Sally Cudmore teamed up with Asda in Charlton yesterday to hold a trolley appeal for the ward.

They asked for people to check their garages and lofts for any toys that are no longer of use to them.

Caroline Pettican, a community colleague at Asda in Charlton, said: "Thank you to everyone that donated toys and money to the appeal at ASDA Charlton today to raise new toys for the Safari Ward at the QE hospital.

"We got so many toys and also raised an amazing £365.38 which will be spent on new things for the play room."

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There was also an online fundraiser set up last week by local Plumstead man, Paul Billington, which has just hit £1,175.

Safari Tiger Ward sister Bethan Williams said: “The playroom is really important for children and families as it allows them to have some fun and take their mind off their illness.

"Staff are as vigilant as possible but sadly things do sometimes go missing.

"We’d like to thank everyone who has offered to donate items to the playroom – we are always grateful for games consoles and games, universal remote controls, DVDs (appropriate for all ages) and for the younger children plastic toys that can be wiped clean.”