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We’re All Madeleine McCann Now

by | 28th, May 2007

madeleine-mccann-shrine.jpg“I’M selling my toys to help,” says the Express of “little Lauren Wynn”.

Pictured looking miserable by a pile of toys, blonde Lauren is raising money to help find missing Madeleine McCann.

Lauren, six, has delved into her toy box and set up a stall at Benhall Infant School in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire.

Lauren is not alone. Her bothers Christopher, nine, and Calum, seven, are helping to man the stall. Other children have donated toys to the cause.

Lauren’s mum says: “Lauren asked me if she was going to be taken when we go on holiday.”

And Dawn Webb, of the school’s Parent Teacher Association, tells us: “Any parent with a child knows exactly what Madeleine’s parents are going through at the moment.”

Or not. Thankfully, Dawn, the crime of having your child stolen by a stranger is rare. Any parent does not know what it fells like.

But you can imagine. You can join in the public spectacle. And you can bring the kids…

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