Three years after the tragic Grenfell tower fire, a sweet-toothed mum has been busy making heart-shaped green fudge to sell in support of the Grenfell Foundation.

Chelsea Morley, a hairdresser from Harwell near Didcot, launched her fudge business Fudging Hell, at the start of lockdown.

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Since then her business has taken off and now, she is teaming up with her dad, Adrian Myatt to help raise money for Grenfell survivors.

Mr Myatt and five friends are challenging themselves to walk 72 miles in under 72 hours with Mr Myatt and friend Jim Cowan, carrying 72lbs each.

Challenge 72 is to remember the 72 lives lost in the Grenfell Tower fire and to raise important funds for the Grenfell Foundation.

Mr Myatt has a target of raising £7200 and wants to give 100 per cent of the money to the Grenfell Foundation.

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Fudge-making mum Mrs Morley will be selling her heart-shaped green fudge on social media and on her website today. She will be donating 75 per cent of the profits to her dads fundraising.

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