Bath Cider Festival drinks to Pop 'N' Grow baby charity
Premature babies in Bath will benefit from a cider festival.
The Bath Cider Festival has this year chosen to support Pop 'N' Grow, a charity which provides modified clothing for babies in special care.
This allows them to wear clothes without them interfering with tubes and wires in their incubator.
Money raised from the festival, which takes place at Bath Pavilion this weekend, will mean that babies in the Dyson Centre for Neonatal Care at the Royal United Hospital will get a supply of clothes.
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Pop 'N' Grow was set up in 2011 by Paula Smith, from Bath, when her daughter Amelia was treated in the unit.
Mrs Smith said: "It was while I was watching Amelia sleeping that I realised how scary it all looked.
"The baby grow she had on was only done up to her chest and the arm of the baby-grow was flopped by the side of her, as the sleeves weren't big enough to cover the bandage."
With help from friend Alison Wright, who runs the website Rosie Boos nappies, she modified the standard baby grow.
For more information about the charity, which is run completely on donations, visit www.popngrow.co.uk.