Taverham teen’s video raises thousands for Railway Children

PUBLISHED: 15:00 19 October 2011

A teenager has helped raised thousands of pounds to help vulnerable children in grave circumstances.

Rosalie Sunter, 14, from Taverham, near Norwich, has entered a street dance competition to raise money for the charity Railway Children. For every view of a competition entry, insureance firm Aviva donates £2 to the charity which helps thousands of children every year.

Rosalie’s video has been viewed more than 3,500 times, raising more than £7,000 for the charity, part of £100,000 raised so far.

If the youngster gets the highest number of views, she will be in with the chance to win VIP tickets to Diversity’s 2012 Tour. To see her video, go to

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